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If you use Microsoft’s Visual Studio 2010 or Visual Web Developer 2010 you can use the NuGet Package Installer (for more information about NuGet) to install the AmplifyJS Library package.

The AmplifyJS Library package will contain:

  • An unminified version of AmplifyJS for development use.
  • A minified version of AmplifyJS for production use.
  • A VSDOC version of AmplifyJS that enables intellisense support within Visual Studio.

Elijah Manor recently wrote a tutorial on how to install and use the AmplifyJS Library Package.


In order to install the NuGet package in your Visual Studio project all you need to do is type the following command into the “Package Manager Console”

Once you type the above command into the “Package Manager Console” then all of the appropriate files will be downloaded to your project to support AmplifyJS.

If the command line isn’t your thing and you prefer a Graphical User Interface, then you can install AmplifyJS as well by searching for “AmplifyJS” in the “Add Library Package Reference” dialog.

Check out the rest of Elijah’s tutorial to see example code on how to get AmplifyJS set up in working code.

There are many other NuGet Packages especially ones for jQuery, jQuery UI and jQuery Mobile.

We’d love to hear feedback from you about the AmplifyJS Library NuGet package.

Kyle Pennell
Kyle Pennell is the editor of appendTo.com.