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Start Testing Before Testing Starts

Testing is very important in Software Development Life cycle(SDLC). Compromise on testing means compromise on quality of software, which results in a faulty product and loss of business and money. Over the time, experts have understood the importance of testing and have improvised the SDLC models to include more emphasis on testing. Along with right amount of testing, the time of testing matters too. Testing should be introduced in the early phases of SDLC. This topic here discusses the importance

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Software Requirement Specification (SRS)

A software requirements specification (SRS) is a detailed description of a software system to be developed with its functional and non-functional requirements. The SRS is developed based the agreement between customer and contractors. It may include the use cases of how user is going to interact with software system. The software requirement specification document consistent of all necessary requirements required for project development. To develop the software system we should have clear understanding of Software system. To achieve this we

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Guidelines to Review Software Requirements Specification (SRS) document? The Complete Checklist!!!

In Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) the first step is Requirement Gathering where we need to start carefully with reading the Software Requirements Specification (SRS) document, understanding the requirement, raised the queries about missing, incomplete or unclear requirements. The main aim of the this stage is to understand and unclear the hidden requirements.

The SRS is basically the set up agreement between supplier and the customer tell us about “what are we going to implement in software application.” As per

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What can be done if requirements are changing continuously?

In Software Application Development if the requirements change in the initial stage then it is still OK to adopt the new change in requirements & cost to fix this is less. If the requirements are changing continuously but the changes are communicated well in advance and enough time is given to testing the application then it is not a problem at all. But if the requirement change in late stage of SDLC then cost to fix is very high. In

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V Model

In the basic Waterfall model process seen some disadvantages or limitations in the model which started a new SDLC model. As we seen in the Waterfall model the issues found in the end of the SDLC, this is due to the testing is occurred in the end phases of the you SDLC. To overcome this problem the V-Model is comes into the picture. It is always better to introduce testing in the early phase of SDLC, as in this model

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