C# - How about using json files instead of app.config

I think we all agree that working with any kind of xml files is a bit of a pain in the ass. App.config is not an exception to that rule, so I'll show you a little trick that will help you to wipe out those nasty files replacing them for a more sane config file format with almost no changes to your code base. 
Thanks to Json.Net, is really easy to read/write C# objects to json files, so if you are starting a new project, use a plain old C# object to store your settings and you are done. But what happens if you wanna replace the way you work with settings in an existing code base? I guess you will try to do it in a way that doesn't requires a whole lotta changes. Well this is one!

Keep reading on github

And of course, feel free to contact me if you have any question.


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