Pro NuGet

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Apress, Jan 23, 2014 - Computers - 384 pages
Pro NuGet will give you a solid, practical, understanding of both how to keep your software dependencies under control and what best-practices have been developed within the NuGet community to ensure long-term reliability. Whether you're working entirely with .NET assemblies or also using CSS, HTML and JavaScript files within your applications this book will show you how to manage their requirements smoothly and reliably.

As sponsors of the NuGet project Microsoft have led the way in showing how NuGet can be used to great effect; showing how it is now virtually indispensable to anyone working with MVC and the .NET Framework.

So don't delay! Learn how to use NuGet effectively today and thank yourself for the time and stress that this powerful free extension will save you.

NuGet is an open-source Visual Studio extension that makes it easy to manage libraries, components and configuration files from within your Visual Studio project. As every developer knows, the more complex your application becomes the more chance there is of a dependency conflict arising within the resources upon which you depend. This situation - known as “dependency hell” - used to be an arduous task to unravel and rectify. NuGet changes this situation completely saving you untold time and stress.

 

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Contents

Getting Started
1
Consuming and Managing Packages in a Solution
13
Authoring Packages
47
Publishing Packages
99
Hosting Your Own NuGet Server
117
Continuous Package Integration
159
Automated Delivery
179
NuGet Recipes
215
NuGet CommandLine Reference
321
NuGet Package Manager Console PowerShell Reference
331
NuGet Configuration File Reference
339
Index
347
Contents
vii
About the Authors
xvii
About the Technical Reviewers
xix
Foreword
xxi

Extending NuGet
259
NuGet as a Protocol
287
Package Manifest Reference
309
The Bigger Picture
xxiii
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