You'll likely want to seed your database during development in order to get some dummy data into your database to start working fast.
We can simply create a new seeder by running:
craft seed User
This will create a new seeder inside the
databases/seedsdirectory. This will also create a
database_seeder.pyfile which will be where the root of all seeds should be.
user_table_seedershould be where you simply abstract your seeds to.
We can run:
This will run the
database_seederseed. We can also specify an individual seed
craft seed:run User
Which will run the