Blog posts relating to .NET Core
This is part 4 of a series where I have been looking at moving to a SOLID approach of implementing configuration binding in ASP.Net Core using a bridging class to remove the need for consumers of the configuration object to use IOptions
. In this post I move onto looking at injecting some functionality into the bridge class to decrypt settings and validate the settings read. Lastly I show registering the bridge class via multiple fine grained interfaces.