About the PowerShell Universal Marketplace
The PowerShell Universal Marketplace is a tool for finding components that have already been developed and are available on the PowerShell Gallery.
You can search for components based on title, description, README.md, tags and author. Top and new components appear on the home page. Modules are synchronized every 60 minutes from the PowerShell Gallery.
Submitting a Module
If you have a component you'd like to submit, all you need to do is publish your dashboard as a module to the PowerShell Gallery. You'll need to include the
ud-controltag for a control to be discovered. All the information about your component, like author and description, will be pulled from your module manifest.
To include a custom README.md file to display additional components information, you have to make sure that your
ProjectUrlproperty in your module manifest points to your public GitHub repository. The Universal Dashboard Marketplace will automatically download the markdown from GitHub and present it within the item's page for users to easily see. You can use the ud-bginfo repository as an example. Images stored within the GitHub page should be automatically displayed in the Marketplace.