Dapper.FastCrud 2.1.0

The fastest micro-orm type extension for Dapper.

For Dapper constructs in general, it is recommended to use Visual Studio 2015 for features such as nameof and string interpolation, but that's not a requirement.

The package contains .NET 4.5 and 4.6 DLLs, one of which will be installed based on the target framework in your project.
For .NET 4.5, the package will also install the dependency 'StringInterpolationBridge', which contains the polyfills required when using string interpolation with the C# 6 compiler in VS 2015.

Features:
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- Support for LocalDb, Ms Sql Server, MySql, SqLite, PostgreSql
- Entities having composite primary keys are supported
- Multiple entity mappings are supported, useful for partial queries in large denormalized tables and data migrations between different database types.
- All the CRUD methods accept a transaction, a command timeout, and a custom entity mapping.
- Fast pre-computed entity queries
- A simple Sql builder with alias support is provided, which is very useful when manual SQL queries are unavoidable.
- A generic T4 template is also provided for convenience in the NuGet package Dapper.FastCrud.ModelGenerator.
Code first entities are also supported which can either be decorated with attributes such as Table, Key and DatabaseGenerated, or can have their mappings programmatically set.

Examples of usage:
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- using Dapper.FastCrud
- dbConnection.Insert(newEntity);
- dbConnection.Get()
- dbConnection.Get(new Entity() {Id = 10});
- dbConnection.Update(updatedEntity);
- dbConnection.Delete(entity)
- dbConnection.Count()
- dbConnection.Find<Entity>(
     whereClause:$"{nameof(Entity.FirstName)}=@FirstNameParam",
     orderClause:$"{nameof(Entity.LastName)} DESC",
     skipRowsCount:10, limitRowsCount:20,
     queryParameters: new {FirstNameParam: "John"});

This is where the power of the C# 6 compiler comes into play, and leaves no chance to mistypings or to problems arising from db entity refactorings.
More details and benchmarks are available on the project site.

There is a newer version of this package available.
See the version list below for details.
Install-Package Dapper.FastCrud -Version 2.1.0
dotnet add package Dapper.FastCrud --version 2.1.0
<PackageReference Include="Dapper.FastCrud" Version="2.1.0" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Dapper.FastCrud --version 2.1.0
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#r "nuget: Dapper.FastCrud, 2.1.0"
#r directive can be used in F# Interactive, C# scripting and .NET Interactive. Copy this into the interactive tool or source code of the script to reference the package.
// Install Dapper.FastCrud as a Cake Addin
#addin nuget:?package=Dapper.FastCrud&version=2.1.0

// Install Dapper.FastCrud as a Cake Tool
#tool nuget:?package=Dapper.FastCrud&version=2.1.0
The NuGet Team does not provide support for this client. Please contact its maintainers for support.

Release Notes

- .NET 4.5 polyfills for string interpolation were removed and a library dependency was added instead.
- async methods added
- count method added
- fix for database column name overrides
- easier entity registration for code-first

NuGet packages (8)

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Smooth.IoC.Dapper.Repository.UnitOfWork
The package Provides a solution for the Repository and UnitOfWork patterns together with inversition of control. On the project site there are examples of Autofact, Castle.Windsor, Ninject, Simpleinjector, StructureMap, and Unity integration. The IoC framework is not an issue... It is ment to integrate nice and smooth like... The project uses tor its repository work Dapper as ORM and Dapper.FactCRUD for fluentness. But you can use is as a foundation and with any IDbConnection and IDbTransient framework you like. The library gives you the building blocks to: * Create Sessions from the IDbFactory in your methods, IDbFactory should be injected into your class's. As Session extends IDbConnection and will Open on the factory spawning the session and dispose the connection on disposal of the connection. * Your Sessions can create UnitOfWork's. As Session extends IDbConnection and will Open on the factory spawning the session and dispose the connection on disposal of the connection. * If your logic just needs "just a" UnitOfWork with a session that has the same scope, the factory can create it for you. * The IRepository and abstract concrete class should be used on your individual repository classes to provide simple and basic calls. But ofcasue you can add all the queries you want into your Repositories and use the dapper and dapper.FastCRUD (or any other extensions) functionality provided to you. * The repository abstract classes use Dapper.FastCRUD to give you a fluent ORM experience with the most common calls. * This library does not lock you to using dapper and FastCRUD, you can use any library you like that extends IDbConnection and IDbTransation, and still use the IDbFactory, ISession and IUnitOrWork. * Implemented for .net 4..0, .net 4.5.2, .net 4.6.1, .net 4.7.1+, .net 1.6 standard, .net 2.0 standard+.
Tolitech.Modules.Base.Data
Biblioteca base para a camada Data. Esta é uma biblioteca utilizada em todos os projetos Tolitech, inclusive os gerados pela ferramenta Code Generator. Mais informações em http://www.codegenerator.com.br/
Proactive.DataRepository
Proactive data repository NetStandard package.
Cql.Core.SqlServer
A common library SQL server.
DataQI.Dapper.FastCrud
Data Query Interface it's Dapper.FastCrud provider that use infraestructure provided by DataQI.Commons and it turns your Data Repositories a live interface.

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Version History

Version Downloads Last updated
2.5.0.39 329,072 4/19/2018
2.4.1 154,445 10/27/2016
2.4.0 6,103 9/21/2016
2.3.2 7,712 2/9/2016
2.3.0 1,388 1/2/2016
2.2.0 1,315 12/8/2015
2.1.2 1,288 10/30/2015
2.1.0 1,173 9/18/2015
2.0.0 1,318 6/1/2015
1.1.1 877 5/21/2015
1.1.0 902 5/21/2015
1.0.2 1,404 5/18/2015
1.0.1 990 5/16/2015
1.0.0 908 5/16/2015
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