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Enver is a helper library that populates properties on your classes from environment variables that you define.
Enrich Serilog event with environment variables.
Configure a .NET application from a variety of sources.
HumbleConfig is a simple abstraction on top of multiple config sources
DalSoft.Hosting.BackgroundQueue is a very lightweight .NET Core replacement for HostingEnvironment.QueueBackgroundWorkItem using IHostedService
Umbraco CMS Environment Indicator
CMS Environment Indicator - Displays a colour coded indicator based on which CMS environment you are viewing.
Allow strong type configurations from interfaces and support for multiple sources (environment, appsettings)
Fakta is a Consul HTTP API in F#
Microsoft Configuration Builders - Environment
A simple key/value Configuration Builder for the .Net Desktop Framework that draws from environment variables.
Library meant to provide easy abstraction and mockability for common .NET classes (e.g., DateTime, File, Environment).
Configure your .Net application via environment variables in a sane manner.
AgileDesign Environment Diagnostics
Environment and configuration diagnostics utilities class library for status pages.
We believe it is a single the most important thing to have setup on any project with complex environment dependencies and configuration.
See Status Page project on http://agiledesignutilities.codeplex.com/ for an...
A tiny helper framework for providing environment-specific app/web.config configurations, and other configuration utilities.
A lightweight library to load application configuration settings into a dictionary.
F# Libary for managing configuration data from environment variables and application config in a type-safe way
Library for reading configuration from multiple sources in .NET. Current sources are in memory properties, app settings file, environment variables and command line arguments. It is also possible to implement your own configuration sources (like database, consul, etcd, etc.)
Fody add-in for injecting build time environment variables into const, static and instance fields
Environment variable source for smartconf.
Visit https://github.com/nemec/smartconf.sources for more information.