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Project Summary

AutoPoco is a highly configurable framework for the purpose of fluently building readable test data from Plain Old CLR Objects.

AutoPoco replaces manually written object mothers/test data builders with a fluent interface and an easy way to generate a large amount of readable test data. By default, no manual set-up is required, conventions can then be written against the names/types of property or manual configuration can be used against specific objects.

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30 Day Summary

Dec 10 2017 — Jan 9 2018

12 Month Summary

Jan 9 2017 — Jan 9 2018

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