How to use metroframework modern ui via NuGet

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How to use metroframework modern ui via NuGet

On this tutorial, I will show you on how to use metroframework modern ui via NuGet package. We will grab the compiled DLL from nugget by using visual studio. If you are planning to make some adjustments or make some customization on the metro framework modern ui, you can use the tutorial on my previous blog posts on how to use winforms modern ui, on that blog post you can get an idea on how to get a copy of the source code. But if you don’t have any future plans on changing anything about the framework and you just want to use the available controls and functions you can just continue reading this post on how to use metroframework modern ui via NuGet.

Nuget Package is also available here : Metro Modern UI

Let’s get started on our tutorial on how to use metroframework modern ui via NuGet.
Firs we need to open Visual Studio. You can use any versions of visual studio but on this tutorial we will just use visual studio 2010.

Let’s create a new project and name it `MetroNuGet`
vs-2010

We need to save our project so that we can use NuGet Package Manager. On my end I save it on `E:\Systems Development\DMA`
save-vb-2010

After saving we will right click on our project and select `Manage NuGet Packages`, this will open up a new window.
nuget-package

On the searchbox we need to type `MetroModernUI` to show the Metro Modern UI – Metro Framework package. We will just need to click `Install` to add it our project.
nuget-manager

After installing Metro Modern UI – Metro Framework package we can now close the Nuget package manager, and you will see on our project references the NuGet Package Manager automatically add 3 items which is the MetroFramework, MetroFramework.Fonts and MetroFramework.Design.
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