faker.js – Tool To Generate Fake Data For Testing

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faker.js is a tool to generate fake data in Node.js and in the browser, it has a lot of different data types to enable you to generate very customised and complete sets of fake or mock data for testing purposes.

faker.js - Tool To Generate Fake Data

It also supports multiple languages and locales and can generate a lot of data types to fit your use case.


Data Types

  • address
  • commerce
  • company
  • database
  • date
  • finance
  • hacker
  • helpers
  • image
  • internet
  • lorem
  • name
  • phone
  • random
  • system

Usage

Browser

Node.js

You can download faker.js here:

faker.js-v4.1.0.zip

Or read more here.

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