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This tool was developed in the Programa de Desenvolvemento dos Tools  (Software Development Tools) of the Company Tecnologias  Informais  Em Sistemas  (TEIS). Project was named AppConfig Code Generator Cracked Accounts.
The goals of the AppConfig Code Generator are:
1 – Generate a class named AppConfig.cs that will be used to access to the Configuration AppSettings and ConnectionStrings.
2 – Generate a Xml file named AppConfig.xml to the same path. Xml File name must be exactly AppConfig.xml and the path must be the same path where AppConfig.cs is generated. 
3 – Generate a project named AppConfigTool.
4 – Install the tool in Visual Studio (Visual Studio 2015 Community Edition or higher) in the same path of your projects.
5 – Publish a NuGet package with the AppConfig Code Generator tool in NuGet.org
6 – Test the tool in an application named AppConfigTest.
7 – Test the tool in an application with many projects by using the Publish option in VS.
8 – Show the AppConfig Tool Options window in VS
9 – Icons, deployment, testing and details info should be shown in the VS tool window
10 – Show and configure command line parameters in the VS tool window
11 – Autodetect existing app.config files and build configurations in the VS tool window
12 – Change the default behavior in VS to build on startup and to scan an existing app.config file in the solution.
13 – As a shortcut to make code changes to the generated AppConfig.cs file in VS.
14 – As a shortcut to add new entries in the generated AppConfig.xml file in VS.
15 – As a shortcut to build the application and deploy it in Visual Studio.

A. AppConfig.cs Generated
AppConfig.cs was generated in the same path as the project where the tool was installed.
If an entry was added to the AppConfig.xml file, AppConfig.cs will be generated with the added entry in the File AppConfig.xml.cs

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It provides an implementation of the IAppSettingsConfigurator interface with methods to manage the configuration sources.  
On the other hand, the current application does not have the Database Configuration and it is necessary to add it. The tool allows you to generate a helper class from the database configuration using the entities that you already have. 
AppConfig Code Generator features:

Easy to use

It is a Visual Studio Custom Tool which allows you to generate a helper class for access to configuration sources when the application is running.

Multi-platform

It is an open source Custom Tool for Visual Studio, for Microsoft Windows.

Easy to use

It has an easy to use user interface for the configuration of the available data sources of an application.

AppConfig Code Generator Installs:
Install the AppConfig Code Generator and restart Visual Studio.

AppConfig Code Generator Settings:
Right-click on an existing project and select “Add New Custom Tool”, in the “Visual Studio” tab.

Input the location of the application configuration assembly

In the drop-down list select the “Config file” option.

Input the name of the configuration file

Select “Add” and name the new generator “AppConfig Code Generator”.

Check “Generate the code file” and select the name of the output file in which you will save your code.

Compiling and Running the code generator

You can compile your project with Build and Run.

AppConfig Code Generator Results

The result will be a code file with the same name of the configuration file chosen before the compilation.

This file will be placed in the root of the project.

When the code generator is executed, you can access to the configuration file using the class generated by the AppConfig Code Generator.

References

The source code of the AppConfig Code Generator can be found on GitHub.

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    This tool will generate a helper class to access to the Configuration AppSettings and ConnectionStrings.
Usage:

Open the C# Class File in Visual Studio
Run Generate AppConfig Code Generator
A project file will be generated.
Open in Visual Studio
Run the project

Source Code Listing:
AppConfigCode.Generate(@”C:\Users\Yusuf Kebapca\Documents\Visual Studio 2015\Projects\AppConfigCodeGenerator\AppConfigCodeGenerator\bin\Debug\AppConfigCodeGenerator.exe”);

Screenshot:

A:

The command line tool was introduced in.NET 4.5
C# Class File in Visual Studio

The AppConfig Code Generator can be invoked by running the console app from the command line, which generates an App.config file in the same directory as the code file.

To test in Visual Studio, right click on the project file, click properties. Then, select the Publish tab. In the Application tab, make sure the application target framework is set to.NET 4.5.

and then run the cmd/powershell

A:

Visual Studio 2017

Open Visual Studio
File > New > Project > Visual C# > Web > ASP.NET Core Web App > Configure
Press Ok
Select the “ASP.NET Core” template.
Tick the checkbox to have the app.config generated by running the code generator
Click the generate button to have an app.config, a Program.cs and a readme.txt created

Code in Program.cs

Code in readme.txt

ASP.NET Core is much faster and has much better templating.

A:

You can generate app.config after project creation.

Open Visual Studio
File > New > Project > Visual C# > Web > ASP.NET Core Web App > Configure
Press Ok
Select the “ASP.NET Core” template.
Tick the checkbox to have the app.config generated by running the code generator
Click the generate button to have an app.config, a Program.cs and a readme.txt created

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In order to avoid opening the config file each time you need to access to AppSettings, Configuration file or use ConnectionStrings, you can use this custom tool which generate access method to AppSettings with the help of helper class.

AppConfig Code Generator Screenshot:

Main uses of AppConfig Code Generator:

To generate helper class:

AppConfig Code Generator Installation:

To check if the AppConfig Code Generator is installed correctly or not, follow the steps:

Open Visual Studio
Choose Tools from the main menu and select Extensions and Updates
Choose Online from the list
Search for AppConfig Code Generator and click Install button

Note: If you get an error message that a newer version of the extension is available, click Ok

Delete the extension:

Click More Extensions from the main menu and then Extensions and Updates
Expand Extensions and Updates and remove the AppConfig Code Generator
After removing the extension you can check that AppConfig Code Generator is no longer present

Configure AppConfig Code Generator:

Open Visual Studio
Select Tools from the main menu and then click Options
Select Environment from the list
Choose Command Line from the list
After selecting the Location, enter in the Editor the location of AppConfig.exe which is in the directory where the helper class is generated and press Enter
If you have another config file location or AppConfig.exe file location then you can enter in the Location box the location of the AppConfig.exe
After pressing Ok, you will see the following:

Access using the helper class:

After generating the helper class, you must open the Program.cs file (or.vb or.cs file) in the code editor of Visual Studio and import the helper class using the #r directive which is used for including other files. Then you can use the access method you want like the following:
// Define the application configuration.
Configuration config = WebConfigurationManager.OpenWebConfiguration(“~/”);
// Now use the ConfigurationManager class method.
string value = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[“Key”];
// Use of the ConnectionStrings class
string connectionString = ConfigurationManager.ConnectionStrings[“nameOfDatabase”].ConnectionString;
// Config file Example
appSettingsSection = config.GetSection(“appSettings”);
string appSetting = ConfigurationManager.AppSettings[“Key1”];

Access using the helper class:

After generating the

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