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Obtain Your NuGet Feed URL

You need to obtain the feed URL to access the DevExpress NuGet feed. The feed URL includes your personal feed authorization key.

  1. Go to nuget.devexpress.com, log in as a registered DevExpress customer and click Obtain Feed URL.

  2. The subsequent page displays a development account's NuGet Feed URL. If the Feed URL has been compromised, request a new one by writing to us at support@devexpress.com.


    You cannot obtain the Feed URL section if you do not have an active DevExpress subscription or trial. However, you are still allowed to start an ASP.NET Core trial for 30 days. See the Trial .NET Core Controls Via NuGet topic for details.

  3. You can now use the URL to access the DevExpress NuGet packages using IDEs (for example, Visual Studio), dotnet CLI or NuGet CLI.

Note that you can return to the nuget.devexpress.com page to view your feed URL at any time.

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