What is Dapper?

Sharad Jaiswal
Sharad Jaiswal

Posted On: Feb 22, 2018

 

Dapper is a microframework for a simple object mapper that maps the output of the native query to a domain or a c# class. Dapper is a high-performance system for data access that is built by StackOverflow and is released as an open-source. It is very easy to fire a query in SQL against the database and to map the result into the C# domain class.

It extends the IDbconnection interface that is available in the System. Data namespace. Dapper includes many methods for the extension of the data access and mapping the result defined under the class SqlMapper found under the namespace of the dapper.

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