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Trial .NET Core Controls Via NuGet

DevExpress provides trial access to .NET Core products via NuGet. You can try .NET Core products on Windows, Mac OS, or Linux. You can also use any of the following IDEs: Visual Studio, Visual Studio Code, Visual Studio for Mac, or JetBrains Rider.

Expanded Get Trial NuGet Feed For .NET Core Controls

  1. Go to nuget.devexpress.com, log in or create an account, and click Obtain Feed URL.

  1. Click Start Trial to get the feed URL.

  1. Copy the generated URL and use one of the approaches from the Install DevExpress Controls Using NuGet Packages section. This URL is available for 30 days.

Expanded Products Available in Trial NuGet Feed

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