SparkyTools.AutoMapper 1.5.1

AutoMapper syntax helpers

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Install-Package SparkyTools.AutoMapper -Version 1.5.1
dotnet add package SparkyTools.AutoMapper --version 1.5.1
<PackageReference Include="SparkyTools.AutoMapper" Version="1.5.1" />
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paket add SparkyTools.AutoMapper --version 1.5.1
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This package enables an alternate, less verbose syntax for some of the functions that "dot on" to AutoMapper "ForMember" functions, including .MapFrom, .NullSubstitute, .UseValue and .Ignore.

Without SparkyTools.AutoMapper:

    Mapper.Initialize(cfg => 
        cfg.CreateMap<Foo, Bar>()
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Status, opt => opt.MapFrom(src => src.StatusCode))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Comments, opt => opt.NullSubstitute("(none)"))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.IsImportant, opt => opt.UseValue(true))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.UniqueId, opt => opt.UseValue(Guid.NewGuid()))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Useless, opt => opt.Ignore());

With SparkyTools.AutoMapper:

using SparkyTools.AutoMapper;
    Mapper.Initialize(cfg => 
        cfg.CreateMap<Foo, Bar>()
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Status).MapFrom(src => src.StatusCode)
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Comments).NullSubstitute("(none)")
            .ForMember(dest => dest.IsImportant).UseValue(true)
            .ForMember(dest => dest.UniqueId).UseValue(Guid.NewGuid())
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Useless).Ignore();

Ignoring members can be simplified even further.

.ForMember(dest => dest.Useless).Ignore()

can be coded as:

.IgnoreMember(dest => dest.Useless)

...or, to ignore multiple members:

.IgnoringMembers(dest => dest.Useless, dest => dest.Useless2, dest => dest.Useless3)
MappedTo extension methods

The package also contains an extension method that allows you to replace

    Bar bar = Mapper.Map<Foo, Bar>(foo); // with static Mapper
    Bar bar = mapper.Map<foo, Bar>(foo): // with IMapper instance

with:

    Bar bar = foo.MappedTo<Bar>(); // with static Mapper
    Bar bar = foo.MappedTo<Bar>(mapper); // with IMapper instance

AutoMapperConfigurationValidity

The Assert methods in this static class wrap Mapper.AssertConfigurationIsValid and IConfigurationProvider.AssertConfigurationIsValid with an exception handler that provides suggestions for dealing with unmapped properties.

see also:


This package enables an alternate, less verbose syntax for some of the functions that "dot on" to AutoMapper "ForMember" functions, including .MapFrom, .NullSubstitute, .UseValue and .Ignore.

Without SparkyTools.AutoMapper:

    Mapper.Initialize(cfg => 
        cfg.CreateMap<Foo, Bar>()
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Status, opt => opt.MapFrom(src => src.StatusCode))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Comments, opt => opt.NullSubstitute("(none)"))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.IsImportant, opt => opt.UseValue(true))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.UniqueId, opt => opt.UseValue(Guid.NewGuid()))
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Useless, opt => opt.Ignore());

With SparkyTools.AutoMapper:

using SparkyTools.AutoMapper;
    Mapper.Initialize(cfg => 
        cfg.CreateMap<Foo, Bar>()
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Status).MapFrom(src => src.StatusCode)
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Comments).NullSubstitute("(none)")
            .ForMember(dest => dest.IsImportant).UseValue(true)
            .ForMember(dest => dest.UniqueId).UseValue(Guid.NewGuid())
            .ForMember(dest => dest.Useless).Ignore();

Ignoring members can be simplified even further.

.ForMember(dest => dest.Useless).Ignore()

can be coded as:

.IgnoreMember(dest => dest.Useless)

...or, to ignore multiple members:

.IgnoringMembers(dest => dest.Useless, dest => dest.Useless2, dest => dest.Useless3)
MappedTo extension methods

The package also contains an extension method that allows you to replace

    Bar bar = Mapper.Map<Foo, Bar>(foo); // with static Mapper
    Bar bar = mapper.Map<foo, Bar>(foo): // with IMapper instance

with:

    Bar bar = foo.MappedTo<Bar>(); // with static Mapper
    Bar bar = foo.MappedTo<Bar>(mapper); // with IMapper instance

AutoMapperConfigurationValidity

The Assert methods in this static class wrap Mapper.AssertConfigurationIsValid and IConfigurationProvider.AssertConfigurationIsValid with an exception handler that provides suggestions for dealing with unmapped properties.

Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
2.0.3 51 5/12/2019
2.0.2 77 4/11/2019
2.0.1 101 11/22/2018
2.0.0 90 11/22/2018
1.5.2 51 5/12/2019
1.5.1 88 4/13/2019
1.5.0 76 4/11/2019
1.4.0 101 10/31/2018
1.3.0 210 5/12/2018
1.2.0 301 4/27/2018
1.1.0 295 4/22/2018
1.0.1 191 4/12/2018
1.0.0 176 2/16/2018
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