Flexible Frameworks are Few are Far Between.
A flexible framework can make a project fast and fulfilling. An unforgiving framework can lead to endless frustration.
Framework development is an incredibly subtle science. Good frameworks are easy to extend, fleet on footprint, and amazingly well architected. They often allow anyone and everyone in an organization optimize the way things are done. They are capable of being customized, and are concentrated on cutting down the cost and complexity of the tasks you want to tackle.
We've forged a few frameworks at Start-Automating, and have made many more for customers. Here are some of our flexible and free-to-use frameworks:
- PowerShell Pipeworks is our framework piping out pages in PowerShell
- ShowUI is our framework for simplifying WPF development
- IsePack is our framework for PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment tools
- ScriptCop is our framework for analyzing PowerShell scripts
- EZOut is our framework for writing formatting and types in PowerShell
- AutoBrowse is our framework for automating the web browser
We've also built several frameworks that are used every day at the largest software company on earth, Microsoft:
- Dashpoint lets engineers drill down on details within the Office365 data centers
- PowerTest helps people test PowerShell products throughout Microsoft
- PSProductStudio has helped Microsoft automate their bug tracking system, Product Studio, for many years
- PSWTT has bridged together the common windows test tool, WTT, and PowerShell
- PowerRazzleShell has powered up interactions with Source Depot, Microsoft's Source Control system, since 2006
- PowerTracker has helped run Nebula, the system that build out test boxes for all of the Windows division on demand
- VMBot runs the Zero Day Attack Lab, the largest and most complex VM farm in the world
Frankly, we find that framework building can be a lot of fun. We love a challenge. Contact Us
to communicate your challenges: We'l see if a flexible framework might help make them extremely easy.