See the version list below for details.
dotnet add package sp-cmd-deploy --version 2.0.3-beta1
NuGet\Install-Package sp-cmd-deploy -Version 2.0.3-beta1
<PackageReference Include="sp-cmd-deploy" Version="2.0.3-beta1" />
paket add sp-cmd-deploy --version 2.0.3-beta1
#r "nuget: sp-cmd-deploy, 2.0.3-beta1"
// Install sp-cmd-deploy as a Cake Addin #addin nuget:?package=sp-cmd-deploy&version=2.0.3-beta1&prerelease // Install sp-cmd-deploy as a Cake Tool #tool nuget:?package=sp-cmd-deploy&version=2.0.3-beta1&prerelease
SharePoint CommandLine Deploy
The library for command line usage of SharePoint applications for deploy/retract/execute custom solutions based on CSOM (or SPMeta2 CSOM) console applications
The solution that helps to execute custom code for SharePoint 2013/2016/Online based on console application (command line arguments) on different stages like deploy, retract or execute
The main idea of the solution is to help to execute custom code in SharePoint in different situations and solutions and to standardize for similar solutions
The project and details on github - https://github.com/sergeisnitko/sp-cmd-deploy
NuGet packages (3)
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SharePoint solution that adds some custom UI elements on field edit pages for field properies that can be used in SharePoint, but has no UI and can be updated by code (for example, JSLink property). Tha pack consists of SPMeta2 model and js-file Can be used in SharePoint Foundation 2013, SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint Online, SharePoint Server 2016
SharePoint Flow Image Field The SharePoint CSR UI control for working with pictures/images in field (upload, select from library)
This package is not used by any popular GitHub repositories.
* fixed ADFS auth timeout problems
* updated the password auto fill in inline params
* added the support of unlimit functions to execute.
Only three params (deploy, retract, execute) is in past now. Today you can set your own keys for execution and there is no limit of this functions