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It is a common problem when a team in an organization creates a component which can be leveraged by multiple teams, but does not keep it in a common shareable repository to which everyone has access.
Most of the teams depend on checking in the common component in to a shared source control to which other teams get a reference to use it. This process of adding a reference has several challenges:
In this blog, I will illustrate the creation and use of a local NuGet repository that would facilitate the leverage of common components.
Creating a package:
Shared NuGet packages take advantage of all the functionalities offered by NuGet packages. These include version management, adding components locally, and modifying the configuration.
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