We have started to use NuGet (a popular .NET library hosting site) as a way to make features and fixes available to you more quickly, often in response to client feedback. NuGet is now one of the
primary vehicles we use to release our libraries, as NuGet packages. We want to make sure that you know about these packages and always have easy access to them.
If you're unfamiliar with NuGet packages, please visit the NuGet documentation site for more details about using NuGet packages.
The following is a list of our stable/RTM NuGet packages.
Please visit the NuGet website for more information on the ReflectSoftware NuGet Packages.
The ReflectSoftware NuGet packages are not released as part of ReflectInsight, but are instead released through Microsoft's NuGet distribution feature.
NuGet allows you to add references to your projects by pulling in the relevant DLL's directly into your project from the web. This really makes it easy
to incorporate the extensions and keep them updated.
In Visual Studio 2010 onwards there is a Visual Studio Extension called the Library Package Manager which provides an easy way to browse and install the
appropriate assembly from the web into your projects. If your using Visual Studio 2005/2008, we recommend you download the source from our
GitHub repositories and add the references the usual way.
To find the ReflectSoftware packages on NuGet, right click on your project and click on the Manage NuGet Packages menu item. This will then bring up the
Manage NuGet Extensions dialog as shown below. Search for ReflectSoftware and you will see all the available packages.
Documentation for the ReflectSoftware NuGet packages can be found here.
Please visit our UserVoice site to provide us any feedback on our NuGet packages.