PackageManagement is available in the standard Windows PowerShell window. This tutorial looks at some of the feature available with PackageManagement. It starts by looking at how to list the package providers and add additional providers like NuGet and Chocolatey. Next, is a glance at the package repositories. Finally, you'll see how to perform operations on some of the package repositories.
- [Voiceover] The first step to using package management…is to open PowerShell.…Now, let's verify which package management…providers are installed.…I'll call get package provider.…This returns a list of all of the installed…package management providers.…It shows that I have four installed.…I have msi, msu, and Programs,…which allow me to install standard Windows installers.…Plus, it shows one called PSModule,…which is the providers for package management itself.…
I don't see NuGet or Chocolatey in this list.…I'll add those in a minute, but first,…let's look at the package management commands.…To get a list of the commands, I use a…standard PowerShell instruction.…Get command, and then I told it to look inside…the module named PackageManagement.…It'll return a list of all the commands…I can run against package management.…There they are, so just a minute ago,…I was using this one, Get PackageProvider,…but you see there's other ones,…like Find Package, Get a Package, Install a Package,…Save a Package, Uninstall Packages,…
- What is a package manager?
- Installing NuGet in Visual Studio
- Installing and managing packages
- Updating packages
- Working with PowerShell and NuGet
- Finding packages with NuGet Gallery and ASP.NET MVC
- Using Package Restore
- Using the Chocolatey machine packet manager
- Using Boxstarter for creating installation packages
- Using OneGet/PackageManagement
- Creating, publishing, and installing a custom NuGet package
Skill Level Beginner
1. Package Managers Explained
2. Explore NuGet in Visual Studio 2015
3. Use the NuGet PowerShell Integration
Work with PowerShell3m 5s
4. Interesting and Useful NuGet Packages
5. Use Package Restore
6. Leverage NuGet with Chocolatey
7. Leverage NuGet with Other Tools
8. Additional Topics
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