chance

Chance - Utility library to generate anything random

Chance

Chance - Random generator helper for JavaScript

Homepage: http://chancejs.com

Many more details on http://chancejs.com but this single library can generate random numbers, characters, strings, names, addresses, dice, and pretty much anything else.

It includes the basic building blocks for all these items and is built on top of a Mersenne Twister so it can generate these things with repeatability, if desired.

It can also be used with Bower

bower install chance

then in the HTML of your app:

<!-- Load Chance -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="app/bower_components/chance/chance.min.js"></script>
<script>
    // Use Chance immediately! 
    alert(chance.string());
</script> 

It can also be used with Component

component install victorquinn/chancejs

then in the HTML of your app:

<!-- Load Chance -->
<script type="text/javascript" src="components/victorquinn-chancejs/chance.js"></script>
<script>
    // Use Chance immediately! 
    alert(chance.string());
</script> 
 
### npm
 
```shell
npm install chance

spm

It can also be used with spm.

spm install chance

Chance instantiates itself onto the window. This means that in the simplest case you can just include the script tag then use an instance of Chance immediately.

<script src="chance.js"></script>
<script>
    console.log(chance.string());
</script> 

More info

To use Chance from the command line, install it globally with:

npm install -g chance

Then invoke any generator by name, like so:

$ chance name --prefix
Dr. Georgia Sanchez
 
$ chance latitude --min 12.34 --max 56.78
22.01836

And it can be used in Node.js.

var Chance = require('chance'),
    chance = new Chance();
 
// Get a random zip code 
chance.zip();

Chance also includes an AMD define so it can be used with RequireJS.

require(['Chance'], function(Chance) {
    // Instantiate 
    var chance = new Chance();
       
    // Then just use it: 
    var my_random_integer = chance.integer();
});

Use chance generators to populate JSON Schema samples. See: https://github.com/pateketrueke/json-schema-faker/

http://victorquinn.com

Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions or suggestions.

THANK YOU!

project  : chancejs
 repo age : 2 years
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   346  Victor Quinn        68.1%
    26  Oliver Salzburg     5.1%
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Be a part of this project! You can run the test using the following.

  1. Install dependencies from package.json by running npm install
  2. Install dependencies for testing by running bower install
  3. Run the test via npm test
  4. Make some fun new modules!

This project is licensed under the MIT License so feel free to hack away :)

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