Chapter 11. Configuring an ASP.NET Core application
This chapter covers
- Loading settings from multiple configuration providers
- Storing sensitive settings safely
- Using strongly typed settings objects
- Using different settings in different hosting environments
In part 1 of this book, you learned the basics of getting an ASP.NET Core app up and running and how to use the MVC design pattern to create a traditional web app or a Web API. Once you start building real applications, you will quickly find that you want to tweak various settings at runtime, without having to recompile your application. This chapter looks at how you can achieve this in ASP.NET Core using configuration.
I know. Configuration sounds boring, right? But I have to confess, ...