Top 20 NuGet config Packages
NLog.config file to get started with configuring NLog. This package is not mandatory to get started with NLog: the configuration file can created manually (read specs here: https://github.com/NLog/NLog/wiki/Configuration-file) or the configuration can be created programmatically. (read more here: h...
A configuration object to enable auto discovery in Enyim for ElastiCache
Feature Flags created by developers for developers with ❤️. ConfigCat lets you manage feature flags across frontend, backend, mobile, and desktop apps without (re)deploying code. % rollouts, user targeting, segmentation. Feature toggle SDKs for all main languages. Alternative to LaunchDarkly....
Package for adding Spring Cloud Config Server configuration provider to ASP.NET Core applications
Configuration provider for reading from Spring Cloud Config Server
PCL Extension provides a config implementation for .NET, Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android. This makes it easier to create cross-platform .NET libraries and apps. Supports .NET Standard now.
Configuration slots for Magic, allowing you to easily read configuration settings in your Magic application. To use package go to https://polterguy.github.io
A slim, cross-platform, fully managed C# library for reading/writing .ini, .conf, .cfg etc configuration files.
Client SDK for Flagsmith. Ship features with confidence using feature flags and remote config. Host yourself or use our hosted version at https://flagsmith.com/
AutoConfig is an automagical, convention-based, customisable, extensible library for mapping configuration files to POCO C# objects/interfaces with the absolute minimum of code.
APIs for handling dotnet-config compatible settings for any dotnet tool. Usage: var config = Config.Build(); var value = config.GetString("section", "subsection", "variable"); // Setting values, Config is immutable, so chain calls and update var config = config .SetString("section", "...
Load application settings into strong typed objects with two lines of code. Supports validation, nested objects, arrays, lists and dictionaries.