A simple config utility for nodejs

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A simple config utility for Nodejs

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    ````js const Cz = require('cz'); const config = new Cz();
    // Loads the config file into Cz config.load('./config.json');
    // Sets Cz's default value for "port" to 4000 // If the value is unset using config.set('port', null) then Cz will fall back to 4000 config.defaults({
    port: 4000
    // Sets Cz to { random: 'random value' } config.set('random', 'random value');
    // This will return the whole config object currently loaded console.log('config', config.get());
    // This will get { db:{ host:{} } } from the config object console.log('db:host', config.get('db:host'));
    // Here's a typical example of how this is used console.log('mongodb://' + config.get('db:username') + ':' + config.get('db:password') + '@' + config.get('db:host') + ':' + config.get('db:port') + '/' + config.get('db:collection'));
    // Cz provides a little helper to join gets for you console.log('mongodb://' + config.joinGets('db:username', 'db:password', 'db:host', 'db:port', 'db:collection', ':', '@', ':', '/')); ````


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    Cz sets defaults() as the most bottom object and applies all changes to the config object on top of that meaning anywhere in your app you can use config.defaults({}) to override the default values.
    const config = require('cz');
        port: 4000,
        logging: false
    config.set('port', 5000);
    config.get('port'); // 5000
    config.get('port'); // 4000

    To reset defaults just use config.defaults({}); To reset the config itself we provide config.reset();