DynamicConfig updates

Today I spent some time working on DynamicConfig , I had some minor/major refactorings in mind and also a couple of features I wanted to add. Probably the most important update is the possibility now to save the configurations to file, operation performed directly by the library when a property changes. At...

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DynamicConfig on Nuget!

Just to say, I published DynamicConfig on NuGet this morning, here’s the link 🙂  

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Behold! DynamicConfig is here!

A couple of days ago while working on Videum ( as usual ) I was in need of a simple configuration mechanism, something that would allow me to use plain text files. Maybe with JSON data but without the need of accessing values with dictionary-like syntax like [“key_name”] and so on....

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Hi my name is Simon. I want to play a game.

Who’s Simon? Nobody? My God, are you living under a rock? Simon is an elecronic game created in the late ’70 where you basically had to push some buttons in a specific sequence that gets longer and longer. Still nobody? Ok, here’s the wiki. Why this introduction? Because Simon is...

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