Tag: automapper

Heroic.AutoMapper for .NET Core Released!

It’s been a long time coming, but Heroic.AutoMapper 5.0 is now live on NuGet, and with it, support for .NET Standard (and therefore .NET Core)!

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Heroic.AutoMapper 4.0 Released!

Thanks to Chuck Bryan, Heroic.AutoMapper is now compatible with the latest-and-greatest from Jimmy Bogard’s AutoMapper library. Update now for AutoMapper 6 support, and as usual, let me know if you have any problems after the upgrade. Thanks, Chuck!

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Heroic.AutoMapper 3.0 (Almost) Released

It’s release candidate time (finally): you can now use AutoMapper 5 with Heroic.AutoMapper! [more] The good news is that you can, finally, use Heroic.AutoMapper with the latest and greatest version of AutoMapper. The bad news is that you will have to update your apps! AutoMapper made several breaking changes from 4.2 to 5.2, and those…

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Encapsulating Query Logic in MVC Apps Without the Repository Pattern

One of the most common questions I get when people see a video or presentation about how I build MVC applications is, “Why don’t you use the repository pattern?”  There are a lot of reasons not to use the repository pattern, and they’ve been well-covered by others.  But, one valid benefit they provide is encapsulation…

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A Better Way to Configure AutoMapper for ASP.NET MVC (Video)

AutoMapper is one of the essential tools in my ASP.NET MVC toolbelt.  I use it on every MVC project I do.  It’s saved me countless lines of code over the years.  And yet, there’s always been one thing that bugged me about it: it violates the idea of "common closure."  I’ve built a better way…

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