Share packages publicly
Azure DevOps Services
Azure Artifacts provides an easy way to share packages to users outside your organization using public feeds. Packages that are stored in public feeds can be restored, installed, or consumed by anyone on the Internet.
- Azure DevOps Services account.
- Azure Artifacts feed.
- A public project. You can create a public project if you don't have one already.
Create public feeds
Public feeds are project-scoped feeds in a public project. Public feeds inherit the hosting project's visibility settings.
Organization-scoped feeds cannot be converted into project-scoped feeds.
Navigate to your public project, and then select Artifacts.
Select Create Feed.
Give your feed a Name and select Project: PublicProject (Recommended) for scope.
Select Create when you are done.
Universal Packages are not supported in public feeds.
If you want to publish NuGet packages using the dotnet or nuget CLI, make sure you have the latest Azure Artifacts Credential Provider.
Publish packages using the command line
Publish packages using Azure Pipelines
Upstream sources are not supported in public feeds.
To share your packages publicly, you can simply post/share your feed URL (example:
https://dev.azure.com/<org_name>/<project_name>/_packaging?_a=feed&feed=<feed_name>), or share individual packages with package badges.
As long as your project is kept public, anyone can view and download packages from your public feed. Anonymous users will not be able to create new feeds or access the recycle bin.
Package badges are only available for released versions. The criteria for what is considered a released version depends on the protocol type. Pre-released version numbers will not be displayed in badges, instead the badge will show the latest released version.
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