Create custom package using umbraco cms

Umbraco provide a great way to handle packages that work as you want. In Umbraco cms we often come in situation to do packaging our development solution so that it can easly integrate in another umbraco existing application. Think in this way you have created a twitter latest update  feed in .net and you want to use it in umbraco existing application. Here your twitter latest upadate is your standalone solution or let say module and you want to deploy in umbraco application so my point here how you will achive this functionality so lets begin our descusiion and my train of thought over this.

Here are some link you can understand what packages is download it and use it your application for understanding what packages do for you :http://our.umbraco.org/projects/tag/package

For package installation in umbraco

Login to Umbraco
Goto the Developer section
From the tree expand the Packages folder
From here there are two ways to install a package
Select Install local package OR browse the Umbraco Package Respository
If you install local package, you do not unzip the package but load the zip into Umbraco.
TO BE CONTINUED…..

Umbraco provide interface to create package during creation of package what you really need:

Login to Umbraco
Goto the Developer section
From the tree expand the Packages folder
Now select Created packages and enter package name and click on create

After that you will get option to save these below file for your packages and after adding below file click on publish and after that your package is ready to download.
1)Dll file.
2)user control
3)css file if applicable for your soluntion
4)Java script file if applicable for your solution
5)Umbraco dcument type
6)Umbraco template
7)umbraco data type , and another stuff

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