More Than Just Code

a blog from the folks at Inedo

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Nov 2017

Introducing ProGet 5.0 beta

Introducing the next generation of ProGet, in beta now!

Devin Sweeney

Nov 21, 2017

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Nov 2017

NuGet Essentials: A Free Virtual Seminar

We're excited to announce we'll be a hosting our first virtual training seminar, NuGet essentials, which will take place Wednesday, November 29th at 1 p.m.

Olivia Glenn-Han

Nov 16, 2017

2

Jan 2017

Top 10 Blogs of 2016

We were able to publish more blog posts in 2016 than in any of the years prior.

Olivia Glenn

Jan 02, 2017

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Sep 2016

DevOps in Action: Feed Replication supporting true collaboration

As mentioned in my previous post , multi-site replication is the mirroring of feeds across multiple ProGet instances. Many of our ProGet Enterprise users have a scenario that requires common components, yet their instances are in different geographic locations. Recently, one of our users described their set up of replication, and how, although not geographically dispersed, they still found a huge benefit from implementing replication.

Devin Sweeney

Sep 22, 2016

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Aug 2016

Utilizing DevOps tools can build exponential growth in automation, as well as customer confidence.

The process of manually deploying software shouldn't have a place in a modern software organization. It's time consuming for your team, wastes valuable resources, and leads to avoidable errors.

Olivia Glenn

Aug 26, 2016

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Aug 2016

Multi-site Feed Replication in action

Software Package Managers (NuGet, Maven, Bower, npm, etc.) are an established concept, and many enterprises use Universal Package Managers like ProGet to manage and coordinate how these packages are used in the software development process. Many enterprises are global organizations that have separate functioning business units that require common packages; this is where multi-site feed replication comes in.

Devin Sweeney

Aug 18, 2016

6

Jun 2016

Giving NuGet Server a New Home

As you may already know, our tool ProGet started as a powerful NuGet server. From its inception, ProGet has always had strong enterprise support for .NET development and, with the latest version, it’s grown into a full-blown Universal Package Manager with more and more feed type such as npm, bower, maven, etc. For those of you familiar with ProGet you’ve likely hear of another, similar tool NuGet Server.

Devin Sweeney

Jun 06, 2016

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Mar 2013

Introducing ProGet 2.0

This February ProGet celebrated its first birthday, today we are excited for yet another milestone, ProGet 2.0. If you haven't heard about ProGet, it is a NuGet server that can function as an independent tool, or side by side with NuGet. ProGet differentiates itself from other NuGet servers by offering additional flexibility, especially for managing enterprise dependencies. These differences are primarily seen with additional feature functionality in areas like; authentication, access controls, and auditing. We have had great feedback from our users over this past year, and the changes introduced to ProGet 2.0 and before are driven by this dialogue. One thing is still the same about ProGet though, the price, just like always ProGet is free to license.

Dean Houston

Mar 20, 2013

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Mar 2013

Announcing ProGet 2.0 and ProGet Client Tools

April 25, 2014 - While these tools were never officially supported, the ProGet Client Tools are being officially removed due to extreme lack of demand. We will still offer the ProGet.exe tool for automated deployment and testing scenarios, but will only support its use in conjunction with a valid BuildMaster license.

Dean Houston

Mar 07, 2013