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 AutoMapper Blog RSS feed for the seven people that want to keep up-to-date with the latest AutoMapper news.
The site represents the absolute limit of my design abilities, so I probably should have followed Hanselman’s advice and hired a designer (oh well).
Check out the announcement below:
It’s about time, I know, but I’ve finally launched the AutoMapper website at AutoMapper.org. It’s a single place to consolidate all things AutoMapper, where you’ll find links to source, the wiki, the latest drop, the mailing list, and a blog.
I plan to use the blog as a way to publish AutoMapper news and announcements, whereas the wiki will be a spot for sample code etc. You can subscribe to the AutoMapper blog to get updates and announcements. This will include things like roadmaps, release notes and so on.
Coming soon – an exciting (yet late) announcement on a Beta of AutoMapper 2.0!
Probably the coolest part about developing this site is that the only thing I had to pay for amongst all these components was the domain name – also made uber-easy with dnsimple. Dnsimple provides insanely easy integration with Heroku, to where I just needed to click a button to add Heroku support.
I’ll blog soon about how I got the site set up, as well as the components I used to build it. Did I already mention the site is hosted for free?
Feedback is welcome and encouraged, preferably in the form of pull requests!