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What's Nu in NuGet with Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3?

August 15, 2017

We are happy to announce an update to the NuGet client that comes bundled with Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3 RTW and .NET Core 2.0 SDK. This release introduces support for new scenarios such as .NET Core 2.0/.NET Standard 2.0, some new features, a series of bug fixes and performance improvements. You can see more details, known issues and workarounds associated with this release in our release notes. Here are some links to get started with using the latest NuGet functionality: Visual Studio 2017 version 15.3 .NET Core 2.0 NuGet.exe Visual Studio 2015 – NuGet Package Manager update (v3.6.0) TL;DR [...]

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NuGet Fall 2017 Roadmap

August 09, 2017

Over the past 6 months, the NuGet team has been working hard to ensure the growth of the .NET ecosystem. NuGet has grown significantly during this timeframe: NuGet.org is closing in on 4 billion packages served (up from a billion packages just a year ago), we have enabled new .NET scenarios such as .NET Standard 2.0, and have improved the overall user experience of package authors and consumers using the service. Yet, a lot more remains to be done. Along the way, we made some mistakes that our community has rightfully called us out on. We made changes to the [...]

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NuGet.org Gets a Facelift

July 18, 2017

It’s been a long time coming, and today we are excited to announce some big changes coming to NuGet.org. With almost 3 million monthly page views, NuGet.org is the gateway for .NET developers to find packages that accelerate their projects. However, as a package management website, so much more can be done. We decided to give NuGet.org a redesign and use it as a platform to build out new functionality. We’ve already begun to pull in a couple of new features, and have a bunch in the pipeline or planned for the future. In this post, we’ll discuss 3 things: [...]

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NuGet Package Identity and Trust

April 17, 2017

We want to start this post with a huge thanks to you, the NuGet community. Over the last several months we have been talking to many of you to get feedback on NuGet package identity and trust. We’ve learned so much from you and we hope that what we have planned addresses some of the top concerns you have expressed to us. One of the recurring messages we heard from you is that it is difficult to determine the origin of a package. More specifically, who produced and published the package that you want to use, and is that person [...]

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NuGet is now fully integrated into MSBuild

March 16, 2017

In the past, NuGet packages were managed in two different ways - packages.config and project.json - each with their own sets of advantages and limitations. With Visual Studio 2017 and .NET Core, we have improved the NuGet package management experience by introducing the PackageReference feature in MSBuild. PackageReference brings new and improved capabilities such as deep MSBuild integration, improved performance for everyday tasks such as install and restore, multi-targeting and more. Try out PackageReference today! To get a piece of the PackageReference goodness, download Visual Studio 2017 and create a .NET Standard class library or .NET Core project. These projects [...]

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Announcing NuGet 4.0 RTM

March 08, 2017

Visual Studio 2017 comes with NuGet 4.0 which adds support for .NET Core, has a bunch of quality fixes and improves performance. This release also brings several improvements like support for PackageReference, NuGet commands as MSBuild targets, background package restores, and more. Downloads Visual Studio 2017 RTM is available for download here. The NuGet Package Manager extension is already built-in, so you do not have to install or update it. NuGet.exe 4.0 is also available for download as a separate component, here. NuGet Package Manager Extension in Visual Studio 2017 Starting with NuGet 4.0 in Visual Studio 2017, the NuGet [...]

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Introducing scoped API keys

February 02, 2017

Update 2/14 (05:00 PM PST): This feature is now live! Login to your nuget account and expand the API Keys section to see the new experience. Since last year, we have been working on several fronts to advance NuGet as a secure environment for package distribution. This post describes an experience that will allow you to have better control of API keys that you use to push packages. Please note that this experience is currently only available on our staging environment and will be deployed to Nuget.org once we have incorporated your feedback, as described below. Feature summary This feature [...]

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NuGet - Ending Windows XP support

January 19, 2017

At NuGet, we are constantly improving our security. One of the steps we are taking is to move our HTTPS end points to meet industry standards for algorithms and protocols. This means that connecting to nuget.org services from machines that don’t support modern cipher algorithms will no longer be supported (such as TLS 1.0 support in Windows XP). Windows XP reached end of OS support on April 8, 2014, and does not meet this minimum requirement. Therefore, we plan to end NuGet support for Windows XP on April 8, 2017. After support is discontinued, you will no longer be able [...]

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Improving the NuGet documentation experience on docs.microsoft.com

January 12, 2017

In late 2016, we started on the journey of improving the docs experience for NuGet with the revamped docs experience. Continuing that journey, today we are announcing the move to docs.microsoft.com/nuget. Given how NuGet has grown to become an integral part of the Visual Studio and .NET ecosystems, this move furthers the integration by providing a seamless experience to navigate documentation across .NET, Visual Studio and NuGet. This move also brings several improvements such as: Responsive design supporting multiple form-factors such as mobile devices, tablets, and PCs. Adding side-notes for articles Adding comments as well as subscribing to them Viewing [...]

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NuGet.Server 2.11.3 now available

December 21, 2016

Today we are releasing an update to the NuGet.Server package. The purpose of this update is to address a bug that enabled NuGet.Server to be installed on projects that target .NET Framework versions less than 4.6. Issue addressed Previously, there was a bug in NuGet.Server 2.11.2 (3257, 3406) that incorrectly considered the package to be compatible with projects that target .NET Framework prior to 4.6. Upon installing the package, the build would fail due to a missing NuGet.Server reference. With this update, users will not be able to install NuGet.Server with incompatible projects. Try it out! This update of the [...]

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