253 packages returned for Tags:"random-seed"

A simple and sane data generator for populating objects that supports different locales. A delightful port of the famed faker.js and inspired by FluentValidation. Use Bogus to create UIs with fake data or seed databases. Get started by using Faker class or a DataSet directly.
FsCheck is a tool for testing .NET programs automatically. You provide a specification of the program, in the form of properties which functions, methods or objects should satisfy, and FsCheck then tests that the properties hold in a large number of randomly generated cases. Such properties are... More information
FsCheck.Xunit integrates FsCheck with xUnit.NET by adding a PropertyAttribute that runs FsCheck tests, similar to xUnit.NET's FactAttribute. All the options normally available in vanilla FsCheck via configuration can be controlled via the PropertyAttribute.
  • 4,353 total downloads
  • last updated 1/11/2013
  • Latest version: 0.1.4759.19552
  • Random
Random.Org Number Generator Client
  • 189,117 total downloads
  • last updated 10/16/2019
  • Latest version: 1.0.11-preview-01
  • Random Data Text Lipsum
This is a configurable generator to create random data like Lorum Ipsum Text, Words, Text Patterns, First/Last Names, IP-Addresses, Guids, DateTime and more.
  • 345 total downloads
  • last updated 12/29/2017
  • Latest version: 1.0.0
  • random
A light weight C# extension of random method for all numeric type.
DataSeed helps you manage the data that gets pre-filled in your database when using EntityFramework's code-first model.
Secure random password generator. Uses a cryptographically secure PRNG Can guarantee that the password contains digits, special characters, or any other set Can generate pronounceable, easier-to-remember passwords Packaged as a .NET library and as a PowerShell module API Documentation available at... More information
Used to apply the seeds of the application automatically via Reflection following some conventions.
FsCheck.NUnit integrates FsCheck with NUnit by adding a PropertyAttribute that runs FsCheck tests, similar to NUnit TestAttribute. All the options normally available in vanilla FsCheck via configuration can be controlled via the PropertyAttribute.