Pfew! Around February 2013, Xavier and I started planning work on an update of our book. Eight months later, we’re proud to present you with Pro NuGet (second edition). It’s been a tough couple of months writing this: Xavier has become a father for the second time (congratulations!), we’ve had two massive updates to NuGet we had to work in our book, … But here it is!
- A number of workflows with NuGet have changed and have been added. Expect all of these, including NuGet’s old and new package restore functionality.
- Want to work with NuGet and Windows Azure Websites, TeamCity, Visual Studio Online, OctopusDeploy, NuGet Gallery, ProGet or MyGet? We have a bunch of recipes for you!
- Pitfalls of package versioning
- Building a plugin system based on NuGet
Next to that there is a lot more meat in there!
- Understand how NuGet fits into the big picture of your software development process to save you time and money.
- How to keep your team working when your project depends on an external resource (such as a web service or cloud) which suddenly becomes unavailable.
- Whether or not to auto-update NuGet packages within a continuous integration process for maximum reliability and speed.
- How to combine NuGet with PowerShell to create your own Cmdlets and extend the base toolset in an extremely powerful manner.
- Evaluate the pros-and-cons of hosting your own NuGet repository.
- How to incorporate NuGet seamlessly within your continuous integration process.
- Much much more!
We would love to get your feedback! E-mail us or write a review on your blog or Amazon. Enjoy the read!
PS: Thanks to our excellent reviewers (the NuGet team) and everyone at Apress! There is a lot of people involved in getting a quality book out there. Thanks!
This is an imported post. It was imported from my old blog using an automated tool and may contain formatting errors and/or broken images.