IOptionsWriter 4.7.0.1

appsettings.json writer

Install-Package IOptionsWriter -Version 4.7.0.1
dotnet add package IOptionsWriter --version 4.7.0.1
<PackageReference Include="IOptionsWriter" Version="4.7.0.1" />
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paket add IOptionsWriter --version 4.7.0.1
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IOptionsWriter

Easy way to write appsettings.json or other configuration json file

How to use

Installation

Nuget Package Manager Console:
Install-Package IOptionsWriter
.Net CLI:
dotnet add package IOptionsWriter

Using

IServiceCollection.ConfigureWritable<TOptions>(string sectionName = null, string settingsFile = "appsettings.json", bool reloadAfterWrite = false)

TOptions - type of your settings

sectionName - your configuration section name(default: TOptions type name)

settingsFile - default appsettings.json

reloadAfterWrite - you can enable this option if you have problems detecting file changes or if add the settings file with false value of reloadOnChange parameter (builder.AddJsonFile(appsettings.json, optional: false, reloadOnChange: false);)

Simple sample

appsettings.json:

{
    "MySettings": {
        "MyOption": "MyValue"
    }
}

Startup.cs:

public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
{
    services
        .AddOptions()
        .ConfigureWritable<MySettings>();
}

Controllers/MyController.cs:

[Controller]
public class MyController : Controller {
    private readonly IOptionsWritable<MySettings> _myOptionsAccessor;

    public MyController(IOptionsWritable<MySettings> myOptionsAccessor) {
        _myOptionsAccessor = myOptionsAccessor;
    }

    [HttpPut]
    public IActionResult SetMyOptionValue(string value) {
        _myOptionsAccessor.Update(options => options.MyOption = value);
    }
}

IOptionsWriter

Easy way to write appsettings.json or other configuration json file

How to use

Installation

Nuget Package Manager Console:
Install-Package IOptionsWriter
.Net CLI:
dotnet add package IOptionsWriter

Using

IServiceCollection.ConfigureWritable<TOptions>(string sectionName = null, string settingsFile = "appsettings.json", bool reloadAfterWrite = false)

TOptions - type of your settings

sectionName - your configuration section name(default: TOptions type name)

settingsFile - default appsettings.json

reloadAfterWrite - you can enable this option if you have problems detecting file changes or if add the settings file with false value of reloadOnChange parameter (builder.AddJsonFile(appsettings.json, optional: false, reloadOnChange: false);)

Simple sample

appsettings.json:

{
    "MySettings": {
        "MyOption": "MyValue"
    }
}

Startup.cs:

public void ConfigureServices(IServiceCollection services)
{
    services
        .AddOptions()
        .ConfigureWritable<MySettings>();
}

Controllers/MyController.cs:

[Controller]
public class MyController : Controller {
    private readonly IOptionsWritable<MySettings> _myOptionsAccessor;

    public MyController(IOptionsWritable<MySettings> myOptionsAccessor) {
        _myOptionsAccessor = myOptionsAccessor;
    }

    [HttpPut]
    public IActionResult SetMyOptionValue(string value) {
        _myOptionsAccessor.Update(options => options.MyOption = value);
    }
}

Release Notes

Easy way to write appsettings.json or other configuration json file

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
4.7.0.1 3,918 12/10/2019
4.7.0 125 12/10/2019
0.1.2 1,278 2/5/2019
0.1.1 498 11/23/2018
0.1.0 252 11/23/2018
0.0.3 233 11/23/2018
0.0.2 320 11/22/2018
0.0.1 281 11/13/2018