An interface used to set configuration parameters to an object.

See also ConfigParams


IConfigurable is an interface used to set configuration parameters. It can be implemented by any class that needs to define configuration parameters, such as access control credentials.

Important points:

  • A class that implements this interface needs to implement a single configure() method.
  • If you need to emphasize the fact that configure() method can be called multiple times to change object configuration in runtime, use IReconfigurable interface instead.

Instance methods


Configures component by passing configuration parameters.

configure(config: ConfigParams): void

  • config: ConfigParams - configuration parameters to be set.


export class MyClass implements IConfigurable {
    private _myParam: string = "default value";

    // Implement configure
    public configure(config: ConfigParams): void  {
        this._myParam = config.getAsStringWithDefault("options.param", myParam);

See also