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Evolutionary Prototype Model for Web Projects

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It is often believed that Web projects do not lend themselves to documented software development processes. But Web projects have the same users, requirements, and goals as any other project. However, the difficulty in fully specifying the requirements at the beginning of the project makes conventional models unsuitable for Web application development. An evolutionary prototype model is proposed that is developed in increments and is continuously modified based on end-user or customer feedback.

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  • Topics: Product Development and Recall, Customer Satisfaction and Value, Software Quality, Standards
  • Keywords: Product development,Customer requirements,Feedback,World wide web (WWW),Software,Standards and specifications
  • Author: Madhavi, K. Phani; Jacob, Alice Leslie
  • Journal: Software Quality Professional Magazine