Software Development Life Cycle

#SoftwaredevelopmentLifeCycle (#SDLC) or #Application Development life Cycle is the basis of building an #application or software. It is an intact process that, if expertly followed, ends up in creating error free masterpieces. This process comprises of a number of phases that are followed #softwareengineers to plan, create, test, set up and finally execute the process of developing an #application. The purpose of #Softwaredevelopment life cycle is to create systems that are up to the mark of customer’s requirements. The projects that are carried out by passing through the phases of SDLC are epitome of perfection and customer’s satisfaction. Here is a brief of different stages of SDLC.
Preliminary Planning and Analysis
This is the initial stage of developing an application in which, software engineers keenly carry out the #analysis of the project, define cost, suggest solutions that shall work in case one doesn’t and put forward an #introductoryplan with suggestions.
Requirement description
One the #preliminary #report is delivered the next #phase is to collect the #facts that shall provide a detail of customer’s requirements by setting up various meeting with the client and inquiring him about the requirements. Moreover, the current system is deeply analyzed to identify its pros and cons. After that the ideas are proposed to remove the flaws of existing systems, if any.
System Design
The design including layouts of screens, description of attributes, #functions, #pseudocode, #processdiagrams and #documentation is carried out in this phase.
Development
This is the stage where actual #codes are written
Assimilation and Testing
All the codes are brought together into a specific #testing environment where testing of the pieces is done to find out issues.
Installation
Once the software is passed through testing and is accepted, it is finally installed to run businesses
Maintenance
At the phase of SDLC the created system is frequently checked and maintained to make sure that its performance continues at the same pace.

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