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Azure Configuration Settings

If you’re still doing configuration in web.config files for your Azure services, it’s time to try something new and leverage something that has been there for quite some time – Application Settings.

In your Azure Portal, you will notice a section called Application Settings.  Within this section is everything you need to configure your application.  If you have some custom configuration data in your web.config file, a simple way to rely less on the web.config (and make your end administrator’s job a little more easier) is to expose these configuration values via Application Settings.

The process to create a new Application Setting is straight-forward, create the setting, add the value. (In this case I created a key called Tool).

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