Automate the packaging logic for your DotNetNuke projects, deploy to your IIS from within Visual Studio.
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DnnPackager

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Available as a NuGet package here: https://www.nuget.org/packages/DnnPackager/

To get started, follow this: http://darrelltunnell.net/blog/2015/12/01/dnnpackager-getting-started/

For more information about what this does, features etc, read this: https://github.com/dazinator/DnnPackager/wiki/What-does-the-DnnPackager-NuGet-package-do

Why?

Many people use visual studio DotNetNuke project templates for their Dnn development. I have a number of issues with project templates - which I describe: https://github.com/dazinator/DnnPackager/wiki/Why-not-use-a-DotNetNuke-Project-Template!%3F

I have tried to eliminate the need for project templates, and instead take advantage of NuGet and the Package Manager Console to streamline Dnn development. This is the same principal that Entity Framework Code First uses.