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Introducing Central Package Management

Central Package Management Dependency management is a core feature of NuGet. Managing dependencies for a single project can be easy. Managing dependencies for multi-project solutions can prove to be difficult as they start to scale in size and complexity. In situations where you manage common dependencies for many different projects, you can ...

Introducing Compatible Packages on NuGet.org

As part of our ongoing commitment to improve the NuGet ecosystem, today we are excited to introduce a couple new features on NuGet.org to help you determine if a package is compatible with the target frameworks you know and love. This is how it looks: You will now have a new "Frameworks" tab on any package details page. This will give ...

Announcing NuGet 6.0 – Source Mapping, Package Vulnerabilities, Faster Solution Load, Oh My!

NuGet 6.0 - Source Mapping, Package Vulnerabilities, Faster Solution Load, Oh My! NuGet 6.0 is included in Visual Studio 2022 and .NET 6.0 out of the box. You can also download NuGet 6.0 for Windows, macOS, and Linux as a standalone executable. NuGet 6.0 is one of many releases in our .NET unification journey. Our NuGet tooling helps ...

IntelliCode Package Suggestions for NuGet in Visual Studio

Building on Visual Studio’s robust IntelliCode experience for .NET, we’re excited to introduce NuGet IntelliCode Package Suggestions in Visual Studio 16.10! IntelliCode Package Suggestions use your project’s context, such as installed packages and project type, to suggest packages to enhance your workflow! IntelliCode AI-assistance has ...

Performance and Polish with NuGet 5.9

NuGet 5.9 is a great release that brings a refined experience to everything package management. We’ve added a bunch of exciting quality of life improvements while also bringing you a more performant package management experience. We’re excited to see you use NuGet 5.9 & include it in your toolset to build amazing things with .NET.