- Working hard and enjoying every minute of it.
- using the asp.net lego blocks to create a synchronized Kanban board.
- Tip to become a successful software engineer.
- ASP.Net Web Config Transform Console Utility released on nuget
- Are your unit tests still hard to read ? – Should Assertion Library
- Using sql compact for integration tests with entity framework.
Category Archives: AutoMapper
I’m moving the dev builds for AutoMapper to MyGet, here: https://www.myget.org/F/automapperdev/api/v2 I’ll still have pre-release builds on NuGet, but it’ll be a little less noisy having the NuGet builds be only builds from master. <eom>
CQRS is a simple pattern – two objects for command/queries where once there was one. These days just about every system I build utilizes CQRS, as it’s a natural progression from refactoring your apps around the patterns arising from reads … Continue reading
Building cross-platform support for AutoMapper has taken some…interesting twists and turns. First, I supported AutoMapper in Silverlight 3.0 five (!) years ago. I did this with compiler directives. Next, I got tired of compiler directives, tired of Silverlight, and went … Continue reading
In the vein of “supporting all the frameworks”, I’ve extended AutoMapper to support ASP.NET 5.0 and CoreCLR (aspnetcore50). For those that are counting, I’m up to 11-12 different platforms supported, depending on how you tally: aspnet50 aspnetcore50 MonoAndroid MonoTouch net40 … Continue reading
I pushed out a prerelease package of AutoMapper for Xamarin Unified, including 64-bit support for iOS. http://www.nuget.org/packages/AutoMapper/ If you’ve had issues with Xamarin on 64-bit iOS, removing an adding the AutoMapper NuGet package reference should do the trick. And yes, … Continue reading
Back in AutoMapper 3.1, I added a feature to allow for runtime values to be used in mappings: This worked great for runtime mappings, but wasn’t supported in the LINQ projections. These days, I’m pretty much solely using the LINQ … Continue reading
AutoMapper 3.3 introduced a few features to complement the mapping capabilities available in normal mapping. Just like you can do ConvertUsing for completely replacing conversion between two types, you can also supply a custom projection expression to replace the mapping … Continue reading
One of the interesting features of AutoMapper 3.3 is the ability to map open generic types. Open generics are those that don’t supply type parameters, like: AutoMapper had some limited support for certain built-in open generics, but only the collection … Continue reading
View the release notes: AutoMapper 3.3 Release Notes And download it from NuGet. Some highlights in the release include: Open generic support Explicit LINQ expansion Custom constructors for LINQ projection Custom type converter support for LINQ projection Parameterized LINQ queries … Continue reading