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alice - Expressive fixtures generator

  •    PHP

Relying on fzaninotto/Faker, Alice allows you to create a ton of fixtures/fake data for use while developing or testing your project. It gives you a few essential tools to make it very easy to generate complex data with constraints in a readable and easy to edit way, so that everyone on your team can tweak the fixtures if needed. Warning: this doc is for alice 3.0. If you want to check the documentation for 2.x, head here.

AliceBundle - A Symfony bundle to manage fixtures with Alice and Faker.

  •    PHP

A Symfony bundle to manage fixtures with nelmio/alice and fzaninotto/Faker. The database support is done in FidryAliceDataFixtures. Check this project to know which database/ORM is supported.

NUnit4PowerShell

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NUnit4PowerShell has been done to test PowerShell scripts with the NUnit framework. Fixtures are written in PowerShell and this dll will read and execute them. The goal is to automatically execute unit tests, for instance with a Hudson job, and look for scripts regressions.

apitizer - API mocking for the client side JavaScript applications

  •    Javascript

APItizer is a library that allows you to mock APIs for browser applications with JSON schema. JSON schema is usually used to validate responses from APIs, but APItizer adds the ability to generate data from the same structure. APItizer requires understanding of the JSON schema syntax and I can recommend this guide to get you started.




easy-fix - easy-fix: run integration tests like unit tests

  •    Javascript

easily capture & replay mock test data

fixed-server - Server for HTTP fixtures

  •    Javascript

This was built to make common responses from an API consistent across tests.For convenience, there are methods which setup/teardown a server for mocha (see factory.run).

pokemon - Get Pokémon names

  •    Javascript

The name list is just a JSON file and can be used wherever.Get a list of all names.


factory-js - Building JavaScript objects inspired by rosie.js and factory_girl

  •    CoffeeScript

Building JavaScript objects inspired by rosie and factory_girl. Factory can integrate with JavaScript framework persistence layer through Adapters.

fixer - Setup your test database using fixtures in a breeze.

  •    Javascript

Node.js module to setup your test database using fixtures in a breeze. Inspired by Rails fixtures.See example/load_fixtures.js.

mongoose-fixture - A bootstrap library to import javascript objects into mongodb using a series of raw json files

  •    Javascript

Inspired from Django's data-fixtures and Ruby's rake but built for nodejs. Mongoose-Fixture is a command-line and utility library to load static json arrays/documents into mongodb. Ideal for working with the MEAN stack. Installing Mongodb will give access to the mongoimport command, however that is for simple importing and not flexible as a workflow-tool.

karma-fixture - A plugin for the Karma test runner that loads .html and .json fixtures

  •    CoffeeScript

A plugin for the Karma test runner that loads .html and .json fixtures. It provides the same API as the teaspoon fixture package.

node-mongodb-fixture - MongoDB fixture utility for testing.

  •    Javascript

The only real way to ensure that a query returns what it should is by executing it in a real database. Database calls can be stubbed when you don't want to execute driver calls, but if you need to test the query itself, then you're forced to talk with the database. Sure, it'll be better to have some kind of module with the implementation of the full query interface and operators, but we already have one, the MongoDB drivers, so let's use them. It'd be good to have an in-memory mode for MongoDB to avoid disk usage, but for now a MongoDB process running is all what we need.

fetch-vcr - :vhs: Stop mocking HTTP Requests! Just record and then play them back

  •    Javascript

Stop mocking HTTP Requests. Just record and then play them back. See vcr/vcr for the main idea. This will record (and load) all the HTTP responses into the ./_fixtures/ directory.

karma-json-fixtures-preprocessor

  •    Javascript

Preprocessor requires .json files and converts them into .js files by storing json data as javascript objects under __fixtures__ namespace.