"Automatically creates a NuGet package from your project each time it builds. The NuGet package is placed in the project's output directory. If you want to use a .nuspec file, place it in the same directory as the project's project file (e.g. .csproj, .vbproj, .fsproj). This adds a PostBuildScripts folder to your project to house the PowerShell script that is called from the project's Post-Build event to create the NuGet package. If it does not seem to be working, check the Visual Studio Output window for any errors that may have occurred."
"Amazon CloudWatch is a monitoring service for AWS cloud resources and the applications you run on AWS. You can use Amazon CloudWatch to collect and track metrics, collec…"
"By leveraging the some features of NUnit, this extension turns AutoFixture into a declarative framework for writing unit tests. In many ways it becomes a unit testing DS…"
"Internal implementation package not meant for direct consumption. Please do not reference directly. Provides an implementation of framework resolution strategy used by M…"
"The Enterprise Library Exception Handling Application Block helps developers create a consistent strategy for processing exceptions that occur in various architectural l…"
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