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README.md

Introduction

PowerShell Universal Dashboard is a web framework for PowerShell developers. Create websites, REST APIs and dashboards with only PowerShell script. The client and server side code for the dashboard is authored completely in PowerShell. Charts, monitors, tables and grids can easily be created with the cmdlets included with the module.The module is cross-platform and will run anywhere Windows PowerShell or PowerShell Core can run.

Live data from InfluxDB shown in Universal Dashboard

Installation

Enterprise Edition

{% hint style="info" %} Enterprise Edition enables all the features of Community Edition with added charts, authorization and authentication. You can purchase a license here. {% endhint %}

Install-Module UniversalDashboard -AcceptLicense

Community Edition

{% hint style="info" %} Universal Dashboard also features a free Community Edition. This edition is open-source, LGPL licensed and available for free. It contains a subset of features of the Enterprise Edition. To install this version, use the following command line. {% endhint %}

Install-Module UniversalDashboard.Community -AcceptLicense

For a full list of the differences between Community and Enterprise, visit the Feature Comparison page.

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