Free Utility: Web.Config Editor with a great UI


If you are like me, you hate hand editing HTML and XML!  But unfortunately, as a .NET Developer you often find yourself doing it, and if for no other reason, you have to do it for parts of the Web.Config and Application.Config files.  Angry  Well today, I finally got fed up and said to myself: "Self, there has to be a free/low cost Web.Config Editor on the market" and low and behold I found a really, really nice one.  It’s called ASPhere, and I’ve been playing with it for a couple of hours and I must say that I am impressed with its ease of use.

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Again, I’ve only played with it a couple of hours, so I this may be premature, but I say download it!  The price is right (Free) and the value is major, from a time perspective!

Click here to go to the download site.

~ Robert Shelton

Comments (13)

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  3. Hosam Kamel says:

    a nice tools which helps a lot in editing Web.Config and Application.Config files published at Microsoft

  4. Jim ARthur says:

    I especially like the graphical display — helps you to visiualize the "look" of the file and the existence of the various elements that may be added to each item is easier to absorb than scrolling through an Intellisense list.

    Thanks for finding this.

  5. Maor David says:

    a nice tools which helps a lot in editing Web.Config and Application.Config files published at Microsoft

  6. JV says:

    Definatly going to test it out. Might help our system administrators a lot 🙂

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  9. Bhavin Patel says:

    Really very good utility

    Thanks

  10. Atreya A says:

    Is there any such editor provided within the framework just like WCF Configuration Editor.

  11. Chandan Ghosh says:

    The web site for downloading the tool is changed. New Site is

    http://www.asphere.cz/…/index.html .

    Thought could be helpful.

  12. Joel Queiroz says:

    Só visual…ajuda em nada a montar um web.config…