Tag Archives: .net

Sonatype Reduces Licensing Risks for .Net Developers with Integration to NuGet and Visual Studio


September 9, 2013 By
Karen Gardner

I continue to be in awe of this stat: the composition of today’s applications is often as high as 90% open source components and only 10% custom source code. A true testament to the value of open source in helping speed the delivery of custom built applications. (This amazing, but true, stat is based on […]

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Start Proxying .NET Packages NuGet Gallery with Nexus Professional


April 17, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

We announced that Nexus Professional added support for .NET and NuGet repositories, but I wanted to reiterate that message by supplying some very detailed instructions to walk you through the process. NuGet has quickly become the defacto way to install libraries in Visual Studio, and, in some ways, the IDE integration between Visual Studio and […]

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“There’s no analog to a repository manager in .NET. Until now.”


March 9, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

John K. Waters from VisualStudio magazine wrote a piece about the .NET support recently released with Nexus 2.0. Read it online. Many of our existing customers have told us that development is becoming increasingly heterogeneous with Java and .NET forming the bulk of most enterprise development efforts. With Nexus you have a single place to […]

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Nexus 2.0 supports .NET: “Building a more Secure and Effective Development Environment”


February 21, 2012 By
Tim O'Brien

While we released Nexus Professional 2.0 last week, today we’re officially announcing our support for .NET. Here’s a key excerpt from today’s press release: Sonatype, the company that is transforming software development, today announced that software developers using the .NET Framework can now utilize the Sonatype Nexus Professional repository manager to store, access and manage […]

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