“As David Ebb blogged today, the NuGet Gallery is now open to the public. The goal of the NuGet Gallery is to be the hub for NuGet users and package authors alike. Users should be able to search and discover packages with detailed information on each one and eventually rate them. Package authors can register for an API key and upload packages.
We’re not quite where we want to be with the gallery, but we’re moving in the right direction. If you want to see us get there more quickly, feel free to lend a hand. The gallery is running on fully open source code!
In this blog post, I wanted to cover step by step what it takes to create and upload a package.
Create Your Package
Phil walks you through the steps, from package creation to sign-up and upload.
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