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Software Development Process

software development process, also known as a software development lifecycle, is a structure imposed on the development of a software product. While there is not standard definition, most development processes include the following activities:

  • Requirement
  • Design
  • Implementation
  • Testing/Verification
  • Documentation
  • Maintenance

Software development process, the requirements phase outlines the goals of what the program will be capable of doing. Next, the design phase covers how the program is going to be created, who will be doing what, etc. The implementation phase is where the programmers and other designers start work on the program. After the developers have a working copy, the testing and verification step can begin to help verify the program has no errors. During the testing phase, problems found are fixed, until the program meets the company's quality controls. After the program's development, the documentation phase on how to use the program can be completed. Finally, maintenance and updating the program must continue for several years after the initial release. A software development process makes everything easier and reduces the amount of problems encountered.

At Web Alliance, our approach is uniquely applied across the project lifecycle to remove barriers between the consultancy and development stages, increasing the speed of delivery while never compromising on quality.

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