A webpage form filler that populates context specific random test data into forms elements.
An extension to fill random test data in forms. Test data is filled while being context sensitive. This is helpful when you need to test your application involving forms and ideally would like real-world data when submitting forms to your application.
Source code: https://github.com/loremfill/loremfill-chrome
+ Moving codebase to ES6
+ PR #3 : @disrupticons
+ Accessing all input types
+ Added ngReflect attribute reader
+ Added year handler
+ Added phone number / cell phone number handler
+ Prepend protocol to domain handler
+ Made events invoked by Simulant.js as default
+ Added option to configure if the underlying app is a react + material UI based app
+ Handles correct events before and after filling values
+ Fixed bug which caused app to break since bootstrap.js included in extension was conflicting with the extension in your app.
+ Changes to settings page
+ New app icon
+ Upgrade chance.js to v0.8.
+ Setting default value to .word instead of .sentence
+ Edited extension description
+ Removed footer label
+ organization as a key for CompanyMatcher
+ Firing blur event along with change for angular apps which bind data on blur
+ Preference to configure a fixed test CC number instead of generating randomly
+ Form filler now uses [id] attribute strategy for filling text values
+ Fixed issue that was causing loremfill to populate tabs on multiple open windows when used with k/b shortcut
+ Performance improvements
+ Filling values to input elements trigger a change event post filling. Fixes issue with Angular/Backbone apps that rely on change events for binding data.
+ Supporting angular applications using ng-model attribute
+ Supporting [type='url'] fields