Using Powershell With Trello
Trello is a popular online web service that provides a Kanban-style layout of cards. This is a method of creating “cards” on different boards to track activities. The website is visually appealing and easy to work with, but doesn’t lend itself well to bulk management of objects and to create a custom system on top of it. Luckily, Trello offers an API that allows a user to create different applications that communicate with Trello which can be set up in just about any way you choose. For this article, we’re going to go over one way to manage Trello over its API using PowerShell.
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