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Category Archives: AutoMapper
A recent addition to AutoMapper is the feature where I can map directly to and from interfaces. You don’t need a concrete type to do this, AutoMapper will create an implementation for you at runtime, with default property behavior. To … Continue reading
Big thanks to Jeffrey for getting this going: http://teamcity.codebetter.com/project.html?projectId=project13 What made it much easier was that I used TreeSurgeon as a starting place for builds. NAnt isn’t the dirt easiest thing to get going from scratch, so TreeSurgeon’s tree and … Continue reading
I’m slowly filling in documentation for AutoMapper, which is turning out to be exactly as much fun as I estimated. Projection Projection transforms a source to a destination beyond flattening the object model. Without extra configuration, AutoMapper requires a flattened … Continue reading
With quite a few community patches submitted, I dropped AutoMapper version 0.2 today. Here’s the release notes: Added: Better mapping exceptions that capture current mapping context Custom instantiation expressions for value formatters Custom instantiation expressions for value resolvers Support for … Continue reading
Since the one AutoMapper blog post comment section is a terrible place to ask and answer questions, I created an AutoMapper-users Google Group: http://groups.google.com/group/automapper-users I was probably being a little presumptuous that there are user(s) plural other than me, but … Continue reading
In Domain-Driven Design, creating a rich domain model in code is essential for capturing the richness and complexity of the real-world domain. These domain models, designed as POCOs, are not very portable, nor should they be. Domain models live inside … Continue reading