NuGet Package Manager

Microsoft Free

A collection of tools to automate the process of downloading, installing, upgrading, configuring, and removing packages from a VS Project.

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Visual Studio
2012, 2010
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by drusha | April 05 2012

Absolutely Great Tool!

by Syncor | April 03 2012

What a great idea.

by Gandalf50 | March 27 2012

Great tool for managing extensions!!

by 曾新文 | March 26 2012

very good ,it's helpful for me

by Johnny Qian | March 22 2012

by Jewel Lambert | March 20 2012

Awesome

by Asaf Benyamin | March 15 2012

by Alexandre.Brisebois | March 09 2012

by Lennart F | March 08 2012

by CarlosFigueira | March 06 2012

by Surfasb | March 05 2012

This extension owns.

by leekelleher | March 02 2012

by stensones | February 27 2012

Quite simply ace.

by Thiago Rogerio de Oliveira | February 22 2012

Ótima extensão!!

Agiliza muito o processo de baixar e instalar pacotes em projetos!

Parabéns!

by Margriet Bruggeman | February 21 2012

I've used it in combination with Azure and it works like a charm

by Yogesh Bhadauriya | February 14 2012

Nice tool to see.
Its help to minimize the production time.

by XAML guy | February 11 2012

The most handy little tool ever.

What I also like is it's like a market place where you get an overview of what's out there, most popular, I get to try new things too.

Thanks for this wonderful tool

by Kamyar.P | February 07 2012

by Comaneci | February 04 2012

by Code Chief | February 04 2012

Great idea to solve the problem of installing pre-requisites on developer PCs. Removes the barrier to using non-standard components. Package Manager idea is clearly taken from the Linux world, probably the only good part of that, LOL. Good to see this used in a positive way in the Windows world.

Just rename it from NuGet to something sensible like "Visual Studio Package Manager". Those cryptic Linux style names have no place in the clean world of MS products and technologies :-). The command should be named to say what it does on the tin; then what is a "Nu"?

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