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                  Consuming CoApp packages



                  Before you start you may want to install the CoApp Developer Tools or at least install NuGet.

                  Finding packages

                  You can find the CoApp signed packages on CoApp profile via the NuGet website or on github. Packages made with the CoApp Developer Tools should also appear in the nuget repository with the tag 'native' or 'CoApp' - some made by other developers and not signed by CoApp.

                  Installing packages