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Overwriting configuration values with environment variable in ASP.NET Core
Using environment specific variables to overwrite configuration values in ASP.NET Core
 
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It is obvious that no matter what is the size and complexity of your application, configuration values on your local development machine and the environment where the application is going to run will be different. To avoid any hard-coding and recompilation of your code, the most common practice is to store application and environment specific values to configuration files. Although ASP.NET Core provides great out of the box solution for having multiple configuration files depending on the environment (Use multiple environments in ASP.NET Core), there are still things that should not reside in the configuration files. ...read more
Strongly typed configuration sections with options pattern in ASP.NET Core
Loading configuration values directly to classes and use them in the runtime
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Configuration is probably the most essential part of every application, yet we do not give much attention to it during application design and development. .NET Core has quite nice way to store configurations (usually JSON files) and already built-in extensions to access configuration values and directly cast them to a specific type...read more
Setting up Kestrel port in configuration file in ASP.NET Core
Reading port from configuration file in Program class Main method
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When running ASP.NET Core application as self-hosted using Kestrel, it will by default use port 5000 for listening for requests. This should not be a big issue since you can always proxy requests to port 5000. Problem occurs when you might want to have multiple applications on one host, or you simply cannot use port 5000 for security or any other reasons.Luckily, default port for ASP.NET Core application running on Kestrel can be easily changed, but in order to make it easily configurable there are few changes you need to make in your code in order to access IHostingEnvironment and IConfiguration implementation instances combined. ...read more

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