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Category Archives: AutoMapper
Another from the “wicked awesome” category of AutoMapper. Other blogs about AutoMapper and LINQ: Efficient querying with LINQ, AutoMapper and Future queries Using AutoMapper to prevent SELECT N+1 problems Using AutoMapper to perform LINQ aggregations One current limitation of ORM … Continue reading
Full release notes on the GitHub site Big features/improvements: LINQ queryable extensions greatly improved ICollection supported MaxDepth supported Custom MapFrom expressions supported (including aggregations) Inherited mapping configuration applied Windows Universal Apps supported Fixed NuGet package to not have DLL in … Continue reading
In the last post I showed how AutoMapper and its LINQ projection can prevent SELECT N+1 problems and other lazy loading problems. That was pretty cool, but wait, there’s more! What about complex aggregation? LINQ can support all sorts of … Continue reading
Back in my post about efficient querying with AutoMapper, LINQ and future queries, one piece I glossed over was how View Models and LINQ projection can prevent SELECT N+1 problems. In the original controller action, I had code like this: … Continue reading
Even after all these years, I’m still a big fan of ORMs. One common complaint over the years is people using ORMs use the tool identically for both reads and writes. With writes, I want tracked entities, managed relationships, cascades … Continue reading
In the early days of AutoMapper, I got requests to support AutoMapper in other platforms (mainly Silverlight). I didn’t have any experience in those other platforms, but I thought it would be easy. It was not. I wound up with … Continue reading
One of the major additions of AutoMapper 3.0 is the support of multiple frameworks through Portable Class Libraries. A Portable Class Library (PCL) allows a library developer to easily target multiple frameworks, as Scott Hanselman pointed on in a blog … Continue reading
AutoMapper had Silverlight 4 support a while back, but it was a huge pain to keep up. In this release, I converted AutoMapper to a Portable Class Library, with supported platforms: .NET 4 and higher Silverlight 4 and higher Windows … Continue reading
Every once in a while, I get a request asking if there’s anything like AutoMapper for the Java platform. For a long time, that answer was “no”. Not anymore! Jonathan Halterman got in touch with me almost 2 years ago … Continue reading