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Exam Ref 70-487: Developing Windows Azure and Web Services by Wouter de Kort William Ryan and Shane Milton

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Objective 5.4: Manage packages by using NuGet

Today, there are a lot of libraries. Some help you build web applications: jQuery, Modernizr, and Knockout. Others focus on architectural issues: dependency injection tools such as Ninject or StructureMap.

When building your applications, it pays to know which libraries are out there so you can save time by reusing code that’s already developed and well tested. But searching the web for available libraries, looking for a download location, and adding them to your project can be time-consuming, especially when the library gets regular updates and you have to repeat the whole process.

The same is true for internal libraries. Maybe you have some code that you want to use in several of your projects. Keeping ...

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