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Validate your environment specific configuration
Ever struggled writing correct override values in an appsettings.production.json file? With elmah.io's tester, you can easily preview changes in an override file.
ASP.NET Core introduced a great replacement for the loved/hated
web.config files are still around and used in many ASP.NET Core projects, the
appsettings.json file is much simpler and easier to write.
appsettings.json file, we also got a concept similar to Web.config transformations. By adding more files on the format
appsettings.Environment.json you can easily override settings based on which environment your code is currently running. These transformations or overrides are simpler than the transformations based on XDT. With large configuration files, it can sometimes be a bit tricky to overview the result of a transformation. With our Appsettings.json Transformation Tester, you simply input both files and we will show you the changes applied by your environment-specific file.
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