NuGet: Add Reference, Awesome

NuGet: Add Reference, Awesome

There’s an Open Source package manager for .NET available now called NuGet. It’s supported and shipping with ASP.NET MVC 3, but it’s not just for ASP.NET. In fact, it’s not just for open source. Join Matthew as we learn all about NuGet, from the basics of consuming packages, to creating and distributing your own packages both internally on your own server and externally on NuGet.org. Then we’ll learn some advanced techniques like preinstalling NuGet packages into your own project templates and how NuGet can be extended and enhanced to write your code for you. We’ll see how using NuGet with your project makes development fun again!

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Matthew Osborn

April 18, 2012
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  1. NuGet awesome add reference

  2. Development is not fun

  3. Difficult & Time Consuming Reusing code is

  4. Too many places to find Libraries Too many places to

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  5. There is no Unified way to share code

  6. development How do we make FUN

  7. code reuse easy an ecosystem it extensible WE MAKE

  8. NuGet nu‧get /nu gɛt/

  9. code reuse easy an ecosystem it extensible WE MAKE

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  13. a million times You’ve seen it Right?

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  16. code reuse easy an ecosystem it extensible WE MAKE

  17. 4792 unique in 1½ years

  18. 5 million packages downloaded

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  20. code reuse easy an ecosystem it extensible WE MAKE

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  22. code reuse easy an ecosystem it extensible WE MADE

  23. Development not fun is  

  24. NuGet Get Involved Open Source

  25. OSBORNM .COM TWITTER CODEPLEX GITHUB