Last Update: March, 2020 | © 2020 by Mike Nagel

SOFTWARE DEVELOPMENT

Welcome to my software support site. I’ve been learning to create software using the XOJO cross-platform software development system. You can download my creations from the panel to the right. If you have any questions concerning the use of the applications, I encourage you to drop me a note.

 

If you find the software useful, please take a moment to make a donation in the amount noted (or more!). Your donations help me to maintain software licensing and continue to provide support for existing applications as well as create new systems.

 

Thanks for your support!

ADDRESS DATA BUILDER

Do you need to create a whole bunch of data for application development and testing? The Address Data Builder can generate hundreds, thousands, or even millions of rows of realistic address data in minutes or seconds. In addition to address information, you can also generate a variety of personal information (age, sex, race, etc) that is distributed randomly according to census guidelines. There are also two completely random fields that can be used to generate telephone numbers, vehicles tags, serial numbers, and just about anything that you can think of.

 

Of course, generating data is one thing. Actually getting it into a format where it can be used is something else. The Address Data Builder can export the generated data in several formats including CSV, JSON, and XML.

 

And for those looking for some additional benefits, there are several paragraphs of “Lorem Ipsum” that can be used to fill in text areas.

 

Check out the video below for a demo of how it works!

SOFTWARE DOWNLOAD LINKS

 

Get the Mac OS X Version

Get the Windows Version

 

LINUX Version? Contact Me!

 

DONATE!

 

If like this application and get good use out of it, please donate $5 (or more) by clicking the donation button below.

REQUIREMENTS

 

The Address Data Builder is storage intensive. Depending on how many records are created (and how much time it has to do so), it’s possible to fill a hard drive with data. The amount of storage required is then dependent only upon how much space is available. As an example, one million fully described records in CSV format takes up around 250 megabytes. JSON and XML files take up around 500 megabytes!

 

OS X VERSION: I developed the application using a Mac Mini equipped with a 2.5 GHz Intel Core i5 and 4gb of RAM using OS X Yosemite. You should have no problems running it in earlier OS X versions (but don’t go back too far!).

 

WINDOWS VERSION: The application was substantially tested on a laptop equipped with a 2.6 GHz Intel Core i5 and 8gb of RAM using Windows 7 (64-bit). You should have no problems running it in Windows XP or more recent.