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I have some questions regarding the local installation of Umbraco Packages. We created some packages that we use internally in our company when we set up a new project.
Is it possible to install said packages (.zip files) with (for example) PowerShell?
Is it possible to create a local repository for the packages, so it would be listed somewhere in the backoffice and can be installed with a single click?
In this case I would create the packages as nuget packages and use a private MyGet feed to host them.
Or you could set up your internal nuget server. But never tried that.
I didn't know it was possible to install Umbraco packages through NuGet. II can't seem to find any documentation about that either.
Yep it is possible to install umbraco packages using nuget. Most of the popular ones also have a nuget version. You can see of that on the projects pages here on our in the top right of the package page.
This article got me started automating the build of my packages and posting them to myget/nuget feeds :
Here you can find the things I use to package everything up as Umbraco Package (zip) and nuget package for my Nexu package : https://github.com/dawoe/umbraco-nexu/tree/develop/Packaging
And here you can find my app veyor config for having automated builds once I push something to my repository
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