Indy.Code() Sessions tagged nuget

Creating and consuming a private Nuget repository using Azure DevOps

There are benefits to using Nuget package manager for your libraries. When you have libraries that contain propitiatory code, or are just for your organizations internal use only, you don't want to expose those libraries to the open marketplace. That's where a private repository comes in. During this session, we'll discuss some of the reasons why package managers are a good idea, and we'll demonstrate how to create a private repository in Azure DevOps for your organization, and show how to publish to and consume that repository.

Speaker

Johnie Karr

Johnie Karr

Sr. Software Engineer, ScholarRx

Packaging your world with NuGet

Whether you are creating an open source library or building enterprise app core components, you need to get that functionality into other projects. But developing these resources is usually easier than consuming them. How about a worry free way to distribute and reference those resources in your project that will let you stay up to date, but allow you to avoid problems that may introduce breaking changes or new bugs? NuGet packages to the rescue! We'll also take a look at where you can find NuGet (packages aren't just for code any more) and how to create, distribute, and maintain your very own package. Then, you’ll be ready to share your package with your team, your enterprise, or even… The world!

Speaker

Duane Newman

Duane Newman

Co-Founder, Alien Arc Technologies, LLC