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Sep 27, 2021 ⋅ 4 min read

Creating configuration files in Node.js using node-config

Eze Sunday Eze Sunday is a full-stack software developer and technical writer passionate about solving problems, one line of code at a time. Contact Eze at [email protected].

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One Reply to "Creating configuration files in Node.js using node-config"

  1. Would be great if you could extend this article to explain how to ensure remote credentials are loaded in config (e.g. from Azure Keyvault) as part of config setup as this is a common scenario when deploying (e.g. Docker etc). Explain how to avoid application not finding required config as JS is non-blocking so startup execution may continue before remote keys are retrieved.

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