This gives your non web projects the ability to be put into a published folder, just like your web project does when being built outside of visual studio.
Not entirely sure what this means? Check out the project url (on the left) and/or watch the video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-oPtsb11vBU
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package PublishedApplications -Version 188.8.131.5230425
dotnet add package PublishedApplications --version 184.108.40.20630425
<PackageReference Include="PublishedApplications" Version="220.127.116.1130425" />
paket add PublishedApplications --version 18.104.22.16830425
== v2.2 ==
This package has no dependencies.
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