The Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC) in software engineering is a methodology that defines the logical steps for developing a custom software product.
This methodology is used to structure, plan and control the software development process. In simple terms, we can define SDLC as a methodology that a developer can use to standardise the process of software development.
A number of SDLC models are available, choosing the right one is no easy task. In this article we’ll try to highlight the main advantages and disadvantages of some commonly used SDLCs.
This is one of the simplest, classic life-cycle models, also known as the ‘linear-sequential’ life cycle model. In a waterfall model, each phase must be completed before moving onto the next. A review process is scheduled at the end of each phase to check that the project is on the right track. The steps are as follows:
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