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NuGet is a package manager for developers . It enables developers to share and consume useful code . A NuGet package is a single ZIP file that bears a .nupack or .nupkg filename extension and contains .NET assemblies and their needed files. NuGet was initially distributed as a Visual Studio extension.How do I install a NuGet package .nupkg file locally?
There are two common ways to install local .nupkg nuget package in Visual Studio. Step1: Note down path of your local NUGET package. Step2: Open NUGET manager by right click on project and click setting wheel as highlighted in below image. Step3: Click on Add button to add new NUGET source for VS.What are NuGet packages?
Put simply, a NuGet package is a single ZIP file with the .nupkg extension that contains compiled code (DLLs), other files related to that code, and a descriptive manifest that includes information like the package's version number. Developers with code to share create packages and publish them to a public or private host.