Simple work with your JSON configs. Get acces to your
*.json files (user-defined configs) in some directory. You can also get access to
*.json.default files (default configs) but only if user-defined config with the same name not exist.
npm install multiconf --save
// Import.const Conf = ;// Init conf.const conf = Conf;// Remember that you can use this method without params - default// conf directory path will be used ("./conf").
Sample config files
// Show "localhost:3141".console;// Show "Token is QWERTY-123456".console;// Remember that if user-defined config ("./conf/server.json") not// exist - default config ("./conf/server.json.default") will be// used.
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