Deprecating Facebook, OpenID and StackExchange login to MyGet

TL;DR: MyGet will retire Facebook, OpenID and StackExchange login to MyGet on March 9, 2018. Historically, MyGet has been using the Microsoft Azure Access Control Service (ACS). It allowed our users to easily create a MyGet account from an existing third-party login system, like Microsoft Account, Google Account, GitHub authentication, … With Microsoft sunsetting the ACS service and having to migrate to a different service, we are re-evaluating which third-party login types we want to...

MyGet 2017.2 Release Notes

We are happy to announce MyGet 2017.2 was released on December 13, 2017! Full release notes are available from our docs. Highlights Next to some new features and many fixes, this 2017.2 release of MyGet again adds some new functionality to the service. Major highlights of this release are: We added PHP Composer support, and welcome PHP developers to the MyGet family! (Announcement | Docs) In fact, this also resulted in a bug fix on...

Inspecting audit logs in MyGet Enterprise

A couple of weeks back, we released an audit log viewer on MyGet Enterprise. Administrators of a MyGet Enterprise plan can inspect every action that happens on their MyGet instance and see who did what, when, and where. From the MyGet Enterprise administration dashboard, all actions performed on the Enterprise installation can be consulted: The list of audit entries is searchable and can be exported to a CSV file so additional querying can be done...

PHP Composer packages just arrived on MyGet

Good news everyone! We just shipped PHP Composer support on MyGet! If you are building PHP applications and libraries, you can now package them and add these to your MyGet feeds. PHP Composer support is available for all MyGet accounts - check the PHP Composer features described in our documentation Which features are available? We currently support almost all features we have available for other package managers. Of course you can upload your own packages...

Using a private MyGet feed with JetBrains Rider

JetBrains just released a new .NET IDE: Rider. At MyGet, we’ve been using Rider for our internal development since it was announced. So far, we have really enjoyed this IDE built around ReSharper! And since it comes with a lightning-fast NuGet client, let’s see how we can consume packages from a MyGet feed. Adding a MyGet feed package source The first step in connecting Rider to a MyGet feed is adding it as a package...

New and improved gallery details page

The MyGet Gallery contains a collection of interesting feeds where open-source projects and software vendors share their NuGet, npm, Bower and VSIX packages with the world. Most often the packages in the gallery are nightly builds or preview versions, so we can keep our projects on the cutting edge of technology using the latest dependencies. We just deployed some improvements to the gallery details page: We now display the feed’s README, where we render Markdown...

MyGet 2017.1 Release Notes

As MyGet is a software-as-a-service leveraging a subscription model, we're transitioning our versioning scheme towards a format that is more understandable: YYYY.R. As such, these release notes comprise our first milestone of 2017, hence the version number 2017.1.  The MyGet 2017.1 milestone was tagged on June 1st, 2017. Highlights MyGet again adds some new functionality to the service. The following are the major highlights of this milestone. We've built a MyGet Credential Provider for Visual Studio...

Working with MyGet upstream sources

Upstream sources play a key role in a professional approach towards Package Management. MyGet gives you the option to specify one or more upstream sources for a package feed. Even though this feature has been available on MyGet for years now, we feel it upstream sources deserve a place in the spotlight once: they enable various scenarios that are impossible on any other package management service, and above all: they are a huge facilitator for...