Inside the New Windows Terminal

Microsoft has released Windows Terminal, a new command line tool. Microsoft claims the new command-line tool Windows Terminal is modern, fast, efficient and powerful. You can use the new application to create tabbed terminal interfaces that allow you to combine a variety command-line tools and shells, such as PowerShell Core, Command Prompt and PowerShell Core. Here are some additional features:
Your emojis can now be displayed on the new terminal. Windows Terminal also features a faster GPU accelerated text rendering engine that is DirectWrite/DirectX-based. This engine allows the terminal display text characters, symbols, and glyphs within your PC’s fonts. It can display icons, powerline symbols and programming ligatures, as well as emojis and powerline symbols. Here’s a quick overview of the terminal.

How do you deploy Windows Terminal? ITProTV Edutainer Adam Gordon breaks down the deployment of the terminal into eight steps. Adam also provides all the information that you need from GitHub to complete the deployment.
Adam’s 8 steps for deployment in Windows Terminal:
Clone repo from Github Master
git submodule update
Modify your build configuration settings
Nuget restore
Modify profiles.json
Here’s a complete demo with Adam