Although that's their main feature, NuGet packages are not limited to adding assembly references and their dependencies to the project. It's time to look at other types of files that can be added to a project when a package is installed.
Let's start with configuration files. Depending on the type of project (desktop or web application), usually either
web.config is included in it. Since these files contain different configuration options for the application, it's not unusual for a package to need to add some configuration options of its own:
This can be achieved by adding an
app.config.transform and/or a
web.config.transform file to the
content folder of the ...