Monthly Archives: December 2014

AutoMapper 3.3 feature: parameterized projections

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 

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AutoMapper 3.3 feature: Projection conversions

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 

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AutoMapper 3.3 feature: open generics

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 

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MediatR hits 1.0

I’ve been using a project I wrote/borrowed/stole from a number of internal projects and existing libraries (thanks Matt) for well over a year now, and are releasing to 1.0. MediatR helps turn complex code into simplified request/response interactions, encapsulating queries, … Continue reading 

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