Who depends on your NuGet package?
Tracking down which other public packages on NuGet.org depend on your libraries can give you a better idea of how your packages are used, and which scenarios are important. It can also provide you with a useful list of things to test to verify that your next release won't cause any breaking changes to packages that depend on you.
Downloading the full set of nupkgs from a feed to a local folder is useful for storing an offline copy, caching, or when using writing scripts to analyze files and metadata in packages.
SemVer 2.0.0 with NuGet 3.5.0-rc1
Understanding NuGet v3 feeds
An overview of the NuGet v3 feed design along with examples of the services used by the NuGet client.
How to host a NuGet v3 feed on Azure storage
NuGet v3 for Visual Studio 2015 introduced a new type of feed designed to work with static json files. Package information is retrieved constructing URLs based on the id of a package and parsing the information on the client. This allows for the feed server to be as simple as a static file host. For this post I'll show you how to use a basic Azure storage container to host the feed, and a tool I've created to build the json files that the NuGet client will read.
NuGet.Versioning is a library for dealing with assembly versions in the strict semantic version format, .NET System.Version w.x.y.z format, and the NuGet hybrid format which is a combination of those.