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Laravel Populated Factory

Laravel Populated Factory provides an easy way to generate populated factories for models according to types & names of their columns.


You can install this package via composer using this command:

composer require --dev coderello/laravel-populated-factory

The package will automatically register itself.


The only thing you need to do in order to generate a populated factory is to execute this command:

php artisan make:populated-factory User

This command assumes that the

model is in the
namespace. If your models are situated in another namespace (e.g.
) you should specify them either as

Here is the populated factory generated for the

model according to its column types & names.
/** @var $factory \Illuminate\Database\Eloquent\Factory */

$factory->define(\App\User::class, function (Faker $faker) { return [ 'name' => $faker->name, 'email' => $faker->unique()->safeEmail, 'email_verified_at' => $faker->dateTime, 'password' => '$2y$10$uTDnsRa0h7wLppc8/vB9C.YqsrAZwhjCgLWjcmpbndTmyo1k5tbRC', 'remember_token' => $faker->sha1, 'created_at' => $faker->dateTime, 'updated_at' => $faker->dateTime, ]; });

If you want a custom name for the factory, you need to pass it as the second argument like so:

php artisan make:populated-factory User AdminFactory

If you want to override the existent factory, you need to use

flag like so:
php artisan make:populated-factory User --force


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.


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