Does what it says on the tin
It gets the job done very well, but two things I’d love to see: open an existing sqlite file and pre-load the list of fields based on a table I pick and — most importantly — a datetime field type, not just a date field (though you can choose “Custom” and enter "yyyy-MM-dd hh:mm:ss” to get that to work now, but you have to do it for each date field).Still, I’ve managed to save tons of time with this. Love it.
This is great. Would love to see an array/dictionary datatype option (for JSON output, for instance), but as is, it makes oppulating test data a lot easier than it would be otherwise.
Awesome time saver
The app does exactly what it says. Saves a huge amount of time.
Near perfect time saver
Filler did almost everything that I hoped it would. There are a couple of UI quirks, and there is no option for a static number (static text, but not static integer). JSON/YAML generation would also be a welcome feature since a lot of systems (Django, etc.) use this for text fixtures. However, I found this really useful and I was able to create up to 500k records with no issue.Features I would like to see:- JSON/YAML generation- An option for Random Names (First, Last, or both). The random email generation is really good so it seems like this would not be too far away.- Option for static integer (this could be there and I can't find it)- Command line version for programatically generating data from .filler filesBut totally worth the price for me as is. Keep up the good work.
Does what it's supposed to do
Generates data in a variety of formats. It's a bit pricey, but it'll save you a ton of time. The website and help file could contain a little more documentation, though.