NuGet packages are pre-defined pieces of code that are reusable for other developers. You can add a NuGet package to your project and use it’s functionality wherever you want in your project. We can also say that NuGet behaves like a platform, where developers can create and share code with the world. It contains code that’s compiled as DLL which is nearly impossible to decrypt.
To start with, first, we need to have Visual Studio 2019 installed and a valid server URL. Cloning is the process of downloading or copying a repository to the destination location from the server/source. Cloning projects with Visual Studio 2019 in the Solution Explorer is very easy. Before starting the cloning process, we must have an existing repository that points out our repository on the server. Every server has its own unique repository URL.