TLDR: Configuration validation using the .NET Core configuration and data annotations library. Not interested in reading the whole thing? The GitHub link to the repository is at the bottom of the page.
The customer I currently work at has a large and very intricate collection of .NET reusable libraries. One of these libraries contains code to validate and read custom configuration sections in Web.config and App.config files. With the dawn of .
I’ve taken up blogging again. In the past I’ve written a lot of scripts and tutorials and put them online. I always hosted my blog on either WordPress or my own created blogging platform. I never liked both options (WordPress too bloaded / insecure and own blogging platform cost me too much time), so a little while ago I removed my blog. Thank goodness we are in an age where there is a type of blogging platform that is both easy to use, has a small footprint and is used if you value speed: the static site generator.