NuGet is a standard package manager for .Net applications that is built into Visual Studio. From your open solution choose the Tools menu, NuGet Package Manger, Mange NuGet packages for solution… to open the UI. Enter one of the package names below to search for it online.
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp||Main NuGet package includes code only helpers for Colors, Internet Connection detection, Storage file handling, and a Stream helper class.|
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.Notifications||Notifications Package - Generate tile, toast, and badge notifications for Windows 10 via code. Includes intellisense support to avoid having to use the XML syntax.|
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.Services||Services Package - This NuGet package includes the service helpers for Bing, Facebook, and Twitter.|
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.UI||UI Packages - XAML converters, Visual tree extensions and helpers for your XAML UI.|
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.UI.Animations||Animations and Composition behaviors such as Blur, Fade, Rotate, etc.|
|Microsoft.Toolkit.Uwp.UI.Controls||XAML Controls such as RadialGauge, RangeSelector, etc.|
Search in Visual Studio
Searching in Visual Studio package manager you should see a list similar to the one below (version numbers may be different, but names should be the same).
Read the getting Started with the UWP Community Toolkit for more instructions on using these NuGet Packages in your own projects.
Windows 10 Store App
Want to see the controls and animations in action before jumping into the code? We have published the UWP Community Toolkit Sample App to the Windows 10 store. Download the app and play with the controls live to see what they do before ever writing a line of code.
Visit the UWP Community Toolkit Github Repository to see the current source code, what is coming next, and to clone the repository. Community contributions are welcome!