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Announcing ModelMapper - The simple, intelligent object mapper

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The ModelMapper team is proud to announce the general availability of ModelMapper 0.3.0.


ModelMapper is an intelligent object mapping framework that eliminates the need to manually map objects to each other. It uses a convention-based approach to map objects while providing a simple refactoring safe API for handling specific mapping scenarios.


Intelligent Mapping

ModelMapper analyzes your object model to intelligently determine how data should be mapped. There is no need to manually configure numerous mappings or write piles of XML - ModelMapper does most of the work for you, automatically projecting and flattening complex object models.

Fluent Mapping

For object models that are dissimilar, ModelMapper provides a simple, fluent API for mapping specific properties and values to each other. The Mapping API is type-safe and refactoring-safe, using actual code to map properties and values rather than using string references.

Convention Based

ModelMapper uses conventions to determine how objects are mapped to each other. Users can specify custom conventions, or use one of the supplied conventions.


To see examples, read documentation, and learn more, visit the project website:

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