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Create and publish a NuGet package easily

1. Go to and download NuGet Package Explorer. 2. Run NuGetPackageExplorer and select Create a new package. 3. The next step is to enter some information about your package for that select Edit Metadata. 4. Fill out all the relevant information about your package, this wi
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