Beginning to Configure .NET Framework Applications with YAML

In today’s stream on Twitch, I resumed working on my open source project Fritz.ConfigurationBuilders.  This project allows third party configuration sources to affect application configuration in .NET 4.7.1.  Today’s work started introducing YAML files as a configuration source.  You can review the stream video below:

I continue to practice the test-first approach, and use the Live Unit Testing feature of Visual Studio 2017 Enterprise Edition. You an download a free copy of Visual Studio for hobbyists called the ‘Community Edition’.  I had some problems with my unit tests running properly and cleanly in Visual Studio during this stream, but once the stream was over I tried debugging the tests again and everything ran correctly.  I’ll revisit this on Thursday’s stream.

Big thanks to Carl Franklin for allowing me to share his Music to Code By, a set of pomodoro-length songs that help get you in “the flow”.  You can get the first 3 songs for free, and also download the app “Music to Flow By” and get new songs each month.  It’s available for both Android and iOS devices.