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Use private NuGet repositories

Use private NuGet repositories: Windows Package Management: NuGet and Chocolatey
Use private NuGet repositories: Windows Package Management: NuGet and Chocolatey

NuGet simplifies the installation of code packages. Wouldn’t it be wonderful to take some of your own APIs and libraries and turn them into custom Nuget Packages? That would make them easy to share with your teammates. The good news is you can do this, make your own Nuget Packages. This tutorial looks at creating a private NuGet feed, so that the custom packages are not shared with the larger public feed.

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