NuGet 4.0 RC for Visual Studio 2017 is focused on adding support for .NET Core scenarios, addressing key customer feedback and improving performance in a variety of scenarios. This release brings several improvements like support for PackageReference, NuGet commands as MSBuild targets,
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Last month, we launched a preview of the revamped Nuget docs experience. We made a number of improvements:
New quick-starts for creating and consuming packages.
End to end guides for new platforms such as .NET Standard and UWP.
A simpler and more intuitive organization of topics.
Update 9/20 (11:00 A.M PST): The revamped NuGet Docs experience is now live on docs.nuget.org. Read more about it here – New experience for NuGet Documentation
docs.nuget.org is the authoritative guide on everything NuGet. It is used as reference by nearly 180k developers with over 500k page views a month.
In the month since the Visual Studio 2015 RC release, we have heard from many of you with compliments, complaints, and bug reports. The NuGet team is happy to hear about all of the experiences you’ve had with our add-in for Visual Studio.
Package signing has been a major discussion point for a long time in the NuGet ecosystem. However, the NuGet Team didn’t want to rush into an implementation and end up creating something that restricted the ecosystem unnecessarily. Well, we now think we are ready to begin a process to introduce Package Signing,