Generating Test Data In C#

Peter Mbanugo

Often times you may want to create a set of data for which you would use for testing purposes, and no one would like to enter those data manually into the database, or create instances of different object one after the other to seed to the database. We often feel the need that this kind of task should be automated, and we begin to search for tools or software which we can run to insert a bunch of meaningful test data into our database, or something that can look at your class definition and create instances of that class. This is where AngelaSmith comes to the rescue.

AngelaSmith is an OSS project hosted on GitHub which helps you create instances of objects on the fly, and you can install it via Nuget. It’s very smart such that it looks at the datatype and the property names defined in a class…

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