Aug 26, 2016 · 13 min read
I am going to retire the current stack of technologies used in this blog in favor of more recent technologies, mainly because I currently author this blog using Windows Live Writer which is outdated and has lost the love of community. I am also taking this opportunity to create a new technology stack that is much more modular and allows me to focus only on writing. I am also learning cool new stuff which might be useful to all of us.
Jan 23, 2016 · 7 min read
In ASP.NET your site configuration data is normally stored within <appSettings> element of the web.config file. If you have used Azure Web Apps (this blog is running on one), you must be aware of the fact that the Microsoft Azure Web Apps Service allows for these application settings to be configured within the Azure Web App configurations in the cloud, and then subsequently accessed from application code as needed. You can supply these values through Azure Web App configurations.