Navigating the Software Development Life Cycle
The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) is a structured methodology that guides software projects from inception to deployment and beyond. It consists of several interlinked phases, each with a specific purpose. The journey begins with "Planning," where project objectives, requirements, and constraints are defined. "Design" follows, outlining the software's architecture and functionalities. "Implementation" involves coding based on design specifications. Thorough "Testing" ensures software quality. Upon successful testing, the software is "Deployed" for users, and "Maintenance and Support" ensures its ongoing performance.
- Application Requirement Analysis
- Feasibility Study
- Maintenance and Support