Hosted Maven registry

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for your Maven (and Gradle) packages

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Create public and private Maven registries with your own packages and those from upstream package sources such as Maven Central.

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Unlimited public and private Maven registries

MyGet provides hosted Maven registries for individual developers, open source projects and corporate development teams. Create feeds for your developers, clients or the entire world using secured access. Work together using activity streams and RSS.

Manage your dependencies

Feeds can contain your own libraries, artifacts as well as third party packages. In fact, packages can come from your build server, Maven Central and Visual Studio Team Services, GitHub or BitBucket where we transform your source code into a compiled Maven package. Consume dependencies from your favorite IDE, such as IntelliJ IDEA or Eclipse.

MyGet supports unlimited public and private feeds
You code it, we build it

MyGet in short

  • Public and private hosted Maven registries with granular security, for you and your team
  • Packages from Maven Central, Artifactory, TeamCity or any other package source, proxied into one URL
  • Build Services: package, version & publish from Visual Studio Team Services, GitHub and BitBucket
  • Compatible with Maven, Gradle, IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse and more
  • License management of consumed packages
  • Enterprise subscription for larger teams with management dashboard

Oh and we do NuGet, npm, Bower, Maven, PHP Composer and VSIX, too. Give us a try!

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