UglyToad.MakeMe 0.2.2

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UglyToad.MakeMe

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A test data generator for creating meaningful randomised data. Intended to be used for filling databases with data, providing data for automation tests and for integration tests.

Currently generates the following:

  • Dates - with or without time component.
  • Names - names which are are sometimes sort-of pronounceable, not just random combinations of letters.
  • Postal Codes - valid format UK postcodes, generic 5 digit postcodes for other countries and 6 digit postcodes for India.
  • Numbers - supports generation of pseudo-random Normal Distribution integers.

There are plans to support the following:

  • Emails
  • Addresses
  • Sentences and bodies of text.

Also it's planned that this will support:

  • Creation of test data scripts from a console application which runs against a database.
  • Instantiation of classes with test data using reflection.

Using it

There is one static method which provides the method to configure and generate data:

TestDataFactory.Make(A...);

The Make method takes a data specification of the following form:

A.PostalCode()

Or another example:

A.Name()

These specifications then provide further configuration methods:

A.PostalCode().FromUnitedKingdom().IncludeInvalid(10)

The Make method optionally takes a seed. The seed is used by the random number generator. If you provide a seed the generated data will be consistent on all future runs:

TestDataFactory.Make(A.PostalCode(), 25)

Finally to actually generate the data you can generate either a single record or an enumerable. For an enumerable with 250 records:

TestDataFactory.Make(A.PostalCode()).GenerateSeries(250);

Or for a single record:

TestDataFactory.Make(A.PostalCode()).Generate();
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Version Downloads Last updated
0.2.2 240 11/9/2021
0.2.1.1 958 11/17/2016
0.1.11 1,029 2/28/2016
0.1.10 994 2/28/2016