Using Reverse Package Search in ASP.NET 5

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ASP.NET 5 provides a much more granular way of specifying the dependencies your applications has. This is done in the project.json file, like so:

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"dependencies": { "Microsoft.AspNet.IISPlatformHandler": "1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.AspNet.Server.Kestrel": "1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.AspNet.Diagnostics": "1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.Framework.Logging.Console": "1.0.0-*" }, "dependencies":{ "Microsoft.AspNet.IISPlatformHandler":"1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.AspNet.Server.Kestrel":"1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.AspNet.Diagnostics":"1.0.0-*", "Microsoft.Framework.Logging.Console":"1.0.0-*" },

But what happens if you can’t remember where some package is located? Maybe you’re building an ASP.NET 5 application and you want to add logging to it. You remember that Logging is located in the AspNet repository on GitHub , so naturally you figure it must be under “Microsoft.AspNet” – but it’s not! Where is it? How can you find it? Reverse Package Search can help.

Perform a search for logging , and you’ll quickly see all packages that include this string.

Note that this doesn’t just match on the package name – you could probably achieve that using the Nuget GUI tool in Visual Studio. Reverse Package Search will also let you search for something that exists within the package, such as a type name (example, ILoggerFactory ). Often, you’re looking for a particular type, and don’t know which package it’s ended up in, so this can be quite useful.

Hope this helps!


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