java-faker - Brings the popular ruby faker gem to Java

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This library is a port of Ruby's stympy/faker gem (as well as Perl's Data::Faker library) that generates fake data. It's useful when you're developing a new project and need some pretty data for showcase.

http://dius.github.io/java-faker
https://github.com/DiUS/java-faker
http://github.com/DiUS/java-faker

Dependencies:

org.apache.commons:commons-lang3:3.5
org.yaml:snakeyaml:1.20
com.github.mifmif:generex:1.0.2

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