Chocolatey is a package manager for Windows designed to be a decentralized framework for quickly installing applications and tools that you need. Chocolatey is actually built on top of the NuGet package system, but it is designed to fill a different need. Chocolatey wraps up applications and other executables and makes it easy to install them on your computer.
The goal behind this post is to successfully setup up a Chocolatey repository in Azure websites to distribute software easily throughout the network. You can use the same approach to host a repository on premises, by choosing a deployment
option not to host on Azure but on local IIS.
Follow the steps in the given order to complete the process.Open Visual Studio and create an empty project (ASP.NET Web Application)
In the package manager console, type the cmdlet Install-Package Nuget.Server to install the NuGet server package
Alternatively you can use the Manage Nuget Packages options by right clicking the project.
After successful installation, your project structure should look like
Open the added Web.config file and change the following values in the appSettings section
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