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Makes mapping key/value stores (appSettings, environment variables, NameValueCollections...) to POCs dead simple and highly extensible.
Provides a dynamic API for accessing AppSettings in app.config and web.config files
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Enables ELMAH SqlErrorLog to read connection string from AppSettings
ConfigurationManager for using App.config and Web.config of different assemblys. It have a Wcf.ChannelFactory wich use the ConfigurationManager.
The dynamic configuration manager for .NET
A .NET configuration library to simplify application configuration
Contains an implementation of a overrider for AzureConfigurationManager for the Invisionware Settings Library
Library meant to provide easy abstraction and mockability for common .NET classes (e.g., DateTime, File, Environment).
Documentation is included as part of the package.
Source and current issues at https://github.com/mrvshah/Utilities
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Contains a generalize implementation for handling complex configuration/settings within an application. Based off the design of Serilog
Initialize CORS Policies via appsettings.json or your own configuration json file.
Provides up to date application setting values
Loads AppSettings from a settings file and/or Environment Variables.
Just a bunch of C# .NET classes and extension methods I find useful.
An abstraction of appsettings allowing easy and testable retrieval of settings asynchronously from arbitrary sources.
An abstraction of appsettings allowing easy and testable retrieval of settings from arbitrary sources.
Part of the MetaSaver framework that handles application configuration including a strongly types AppSettings
A micro-module for parsing configuration values from App.config and other .NET configuration files.
Feel free to bundle this module with your core library (using any packer, like ILMerge, ILRepack, LibZ, etc.), use micro-assembly as it is, or just take the source code and use it in your project.
This package gives you dynamic access to your AppSettings or some other arbitrary NameValueCollection.