Using the newest, freshest copy of a package is nice. But in the real world there are plenty of reasons why your project might need to use specific version of a package. The classic example is for when other project libraries that are not compatible with the newer package version. This tutorial shows how to install any available package version.
- [Voiceover] Each published package has a version number.…When a newer version of the package is ready, the version…number is updated and it is published to the package feed.…Now there are two versions of the package…available on the server.…This is a huge benefit of package managers.…Every published version of a package is still obtainable,…so when you need to roll back to a previous version,…say for compatibility reasons, the package is there.…For this example I'm using TinyWeb.…This has three packages installed.…
Before I look at these existing packages,…let's see what happens if you're installing…a package and you want to choose a version number.…So I'll go to Browse, and I've heard some good things…about WebGrease, so I want to install it.…So I click on it, and then I can see that the latest…stable release for this is 1.6.0.…So if I'm good with that I just click on the Install button.…But if I want to pick an older version, I click here,…and then in this drop-down I see the previous versions.…So if I want to go back to 1.3.0, I would click here…
- 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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