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Pro NuGet by Xavier Decoster, Maarten Balliauw

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Summary

In this chapter, we've shown you how you can publish packages created on a NuGet feed. We've demonstrated how to use www.nuget.org, how you can use your web browser to publish your NuGet package to the official NuGet package source, and how to list your NuGet packages among other packages offered through that feed.

Next, we've shown you how to use the NuGet command line to do the same using the nuget push command. We've touched the notion of API keys (or access keys) that are used to authenticate against a NuGet feed and to identify who owns the package being pushed. The nuget setApiKey command proved helpful when working with the NuGet command line to push packages.

NuGet Package Explorer (NPE) again proved itself as a useful tool by ...

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