Well, Fpr had to get a newer, less adolescent name….so it goes. New name, same great performance!
New Version of FPR Available
Want a .Net object -> object mapper with lots of functionality that’s anywhere from 10-50x faster than AutoMapper? Of course you do. That’s why I created FPR: The Mapper of Your Domain!
To be fair, I didn’t start this project. I forked it a while back from FastMapper when I ran into some perf issues with AutoMapper. We still use AutoMapper in a lot of places, but have found it to be really slow in some situations and we have a very high throughput SaaS API. We do a lot of mapping Repo -> Domain -> Contracts, so we need our mapper to be lightning fast. I found FastMapper, but discovered that while it was really fast, it had some critical bugs and gave very few actionable errors/feedback. In addition, we needed a much more robust feature set, to put it in the ballpark AutoMapper. So I forked it and enhanced it significantly. A teammate suggested the original name, which err….had to be abbreviated to be slightly less controversial.
We don’t use a lot of EF and where we do we haven’t yet switched to FPR, so it hasn’t come up as an issue, but I got some pull requests recently to help with EF mapping support. Those have been added to the latest release.
So try it out! Pull requests welcome…