I have started an azure pipeline build (yaml version) and was looking over this example setting up the telerik feed as a service connection.
(1) That was easy enough to get the service connection for the feed, but why do we need a seperate nuget.config file?
Shouldn't Azure be smart enough to pull from nuget.org?
(2) I had put a nuget.config file in my user profile folder on my workstation a while back, after setting up the telerik feed I believe.
Actually, I cant recall if I had to add that file manually, or its created when Visual Studio is installed?
Do I need to use only one of these ? eg. the one in the user profile path (%appdata%\roaming\nuget) or the solution root?
(3) In the linked example source, there is a nuget.config in each project folder. Same question as (1) - why?