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- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
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- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: AutoMapper
Check out the announcement for details. Now that everything’s on GitHub, NuGet and TeamCity, this should make newer versions much easier and quicker to release. I hadn’t planned on waiting so long, but upgrading to .NET 4 and adding new … Continue reading
Cross posted from the AutoMapper blog (which I hope to stop cross-posting, eventually): AutoMapper is now completely moved to GitHub: AutoMapper GitHub I’ve updated the site on CodePlex to reflect this move, and moved all existing content over: All issues … Continue reading
Simplicity is a good thing. Especially when you want to turn out a site that’s really only a couple of pages, max, you don’t want to spend much time (or any) futzing around with things that you don’t care about. … Continue reading
I’ve (finally) officially launched the official AutoMapper site at AutoMapper.org. It will be a central location for links to AutoMapper resources (mailing list, source, wiki, blog etc.) as well as a spot for news and announcements. I also have an … Continue reading
At one point, AutoMapper was not a signed assembly. Until someone asked for it, I went ahead and signed the assembly, and really haven’t had a complaint since. But it seems that signing of OSS projects is a bit of … Continue reading
Something I’ve been looking at adding to AutoMapper was the idea of doing automatic query projection in the Select query projection in LINQ statements. One downside of AutoMapper is that projection from domain objects still forces the entire domain object … Continue reading
I work primarily on a C# ASP.NET MVC application that deals with many other systems which seem to dish out strings all over the place. Hence the need for something like AutoMapper. When converting this data into objects or enumerations, … Continue reading
In the last post, I posed the question on what to do with .NET framework upgrades and OSS support. I wanted to upgrade AutoMapper to .NET 4, but I didn’t want to leave a lot of folks behind because their … Continue reading
Today I pushed out the 1.1 release of AutoMapper. From the release notes: Features Adding support for Silverlight 3.0 Auto-implementing INotifyPropertyChanged Conditional member mapping Destination member prefixes, postfixes and naming transformers Enhancements Nullable destination types more obvious Late binding configuration … Continue reading
Along with the switch of VCS to git came the ability to have much improved workflows that simply weren’t possible in CVCS like TFS or SVN. The nice thing about Git over CVCS is that because of its power, I … Continue reading