Nexus Repository supports the repository formats listed below. These are included in all Nexus Repository distributions and are actively maintained; those with a Pro license can also receve support from our support team for these formats.
|APT||Use Advanced Package Tool (APT) tools such as apt-get to access hosted Debian, Ubuntu and other Linux software packages.|
|Bower||Keep track of all your web site frontend development packages using Bower registries. Note that Bower format is not compatible with H2 or PostgreSQL databases. See Feature Availability for PostgreSQL and H2 Databases for more information.|
|CocoaPods||Manager for CocoaPods packages (which might contain Swift code) and Objective-C Cocoa projects. Note that we do not support Apple's Swift package manager.|
|Conan||Share your C/C++ packages in a central repository.|
|Docker||Proxy popular Docker registries such as DockerHub and host your own private images securely.|
|Git LFS||Store large files such as audio samples, videos, datasets, and graphics inside repositories and use simple text pointers to these inside your Git project.|
Modernize your development process and store Go (golang) dependencies for fast, repeatable local builds.
|Helm||Manage packages for Kubernetes by accessing Helm Charts in Helm repositories.|
|Maven||Leverage the most experienced Maven repository format product to host your private Java components and proxy defacto public repositories like Central using tooling such as Maven, Ant and Gradle.|
Use NuGet client compatible tooling to push and install .Net packages. Development is easier using consolidated hosted and proxy registries.
NuGet v2 format support for H2 or PostgreSQL databases is only available from release 3.43.0+.
|p2||Proxy p2 format repositories for your Eclipse IDE and other Equinox based application dependencies.|
|PyPI||Python development tools such as pip and twine can be used install and publish packages to PyPI repositories.|
|R||Proxy packages from the official R registry and host your own packages.|
|Raw||A flexibile format that does not enforce any type of layout enabling you to store and serve any type of binary content such as Maven sites over HTTP.|
|RubyGems||Host your own gems and proxy remote gem repositories like rubygems.org.|
|Yum||First class support for hosting and proxying your RPM distributions.|