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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
I’m getting more and more requests around the area of two-way mapping, meaning you’d do something like: Product –> ProductDTO ProductDTO –> Product Product being an entity, I can’t for the life of me understand why I’d want to dump … Continue reading
It’s been quite a long journey with AutoMapper, with the origins written just over a year ago now. I’ve focused on stability and performance since the 0.3.1 release back in May, and from here to the 1.0 release, I’ll just … Continue reading
One of the last things I wanted to look at AutoMapper before pushing it out to production was to get some idea of how it performed. One of the more difficult things in doing this is trying to come up … Continue reading
A while back, I went over a few of the patterns and opinions we’ve gravitated towards on our current large-ish ASP.NET MVC project, or, how we do MVC. Many of these opinions were forged the hard way, by doing the … Continue reading
On the AutoMapper mailing list, I get a lot of what I consider wacky requests. Not because the requests aren’t valid, but rarely do I get any context of what people are trying to do with AutoMapper. As a reference, … Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago, Craig at Polymorphic Podcast was kind, and patient enough to listen to me ramble for about an hour or so on AutoMapper. We talked about quite a few topics concerning object-to-object mapping and AutoMapper, including: … Continue reading
Since we’re a big user of IoC containers, namely StructureMap (which was obviously a big inspiration in the design of the configuration), I tried to make AutoMapper IoC-friendly out of the box. It wasn’t friendly at first, Jeffrey Palermo had … Continue reading
This one came up on the mailing list, so I thought I might as well blog about it (and fill in the documentation). Sometimes, you need to take complete control over the conversion of one type to another. This is … Continue reading
In this post, I’ll highlight two features new in the 0.3 release: mapping to interfaces and dynamic mapping. Both of these come up in rather interesting scenarios. Mapping to interface destinations In some messaging scenarios, the message itself is not … Continue reading
Today, I dropped AutoMapper 0.3 Beta. From the release notes: New Features Mapping to interfaces Do not need any implementation configured Implementation is created at runtime using proxies Dynamic mapping Do not need to configure source/destination type Used with Mapper.DynamicMap … Continue reading