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Apr 6, 2011
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Announcing nuget.episerver.com

I am very pleased to announce that EPiServer now has it’s own NuGet feed.

A Gentle Introduction to NuGet by Joe Mayo is a good place to start reading if you’re not familiar with what NuGet is.

This is an experimental / beta service and is therefore subject to change and some occasional downtime.

The service home page can be found at nuget.episerver.com. Here you will find details of the feed URL and available packages.

Happy downloading!

Apr 06, 2011

Comments

Apr 6, 2011 11:12 AM

Great news Paul. This will be a real time-saver for all in the EPiServer development community.

Really looking forward to seeing how this evolves.

Apr 7, 2011 04:53 PM

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