What is MyGet?
It allows you to create and host your own NuGet feed. Include packages from the official NuGet feed or upload your own NuGet packages. We can also compile and package your source code from GitHub, BitBucket, CodePlex and more!
MyGet is a tool in the Package Managers category of a tech stack.
Who uses MyGet?
5 companies reportedly use MyGet in their tech stacks, including Checkout.com, Octadesk, and Volotea.
13 developers on StackShare have stated that they use MyGet.
Python, PHP, npm, Bower, and Apache Maven are some of the popular tools that integrate with MyGet. Here's a list of all 6 tools that integrate with MyGet.
- All your packages in a single endpoint
- Continuous Integration: Build Services
- Continuous Security: Vulnerability Scanning
- Package Dependency Management
- Cloud Native & Enterprise Scale
- Secure by Design
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