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appsettings.json below (remember to remove sensitive data like connection strings and passwords before validating):
appsettings.json files is very dynamic and highly flexible. This combined with missing IntelliSense comes with a price: it's easy to make mistakes. Using our free
appsettings.json validator we help you on your way. By validating for both syntax and configuration errors, we hope to help you eliminate most errors caused by misconfigured (ASP).NET Core applications.
Did we mention that Visual Studio doesn't provide IntelliSense for
appsettings.json files? Let's change that. We have made the JSON schema powering this validator publically available. This makes it possible to include IntelliSense in Visual Studio by following this short guide:
Input the URL you copied in step 1 in the Schema field:
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