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 The newest version of the .NET framework extends strong data typing to configuration files, adds scope for settings, a GUI-based property editor, and drops the read-only restriction for configuration classes. 

Among the many new features in the forthcoming .NET 2.0 are the revamped System.Configuration namespace and the Visual Studio 2005 configuration editor. The new classes raise configuration for both desktop and Web applications to a new level of sophistication compared to prior implementations. The sheer size of the changes could fill a small reference text, so this article focuses on a very simple desktop application whose only purpose is to display and modify content from its own configuration file.

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Posted on Thursday, April 28, 2005 8:13 PM | Back to top


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