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Updating Packages

Use one of the following approaches to update the DevExpress NuGet packages in your project:


ASP.NET WebForms and WPF applications' .aspx or .xaml files may contain assembly references. In this case, launch the Project Converter tool to update the references to the correct version numbers after updating DevExpress NuGet packages.

Expanded Package Manager Dialog

  1. Invoke the Package Manager dialog (select Tools > NuGet Package Manager > Manage NuGet Packages for Solution).
  2. Go to the Updates tab.
  3. Select the packages you want to update (or use the Select all packages to update all packages) and click Update.

Expanded Package Manager Console

  1. Open the Package Manager Console (select Tools > NuGet Package Manager > Package Manager Console).
  2. Ensure that the Package Source option is set to DevExpress NuGet feed.
  3. Type Update-Package.

Expanded NuGet CLI

  1. Obtain the DevExpress NuGet feed URL containing your feed authorization key as described in the Obtain Your NuGet Feed URL document.
  2. Go to the command line and type nuget update -Source https://nuget.devexpress.com/{your-feed-authorization-key}/api to update the current project's packages.

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