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New Post 1/30/2022 10:24 PM
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Re: Systems Development Life Cycle and SDLC. 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 1/31/2022 10:23:19 AM)

A detailed guide (https://www.clustox.com/guide-to-understand-hybrid-app-development/) about software development process, explains definitions and draws clear different line between Systems Development Life Cycle and Software Development Life Cycle. 

However, the software development life cycle focuses exclusively on software components, such as development planning, technical architecture, software quality testing and the actual deployment of the software. Put simply, the system development life cycle is more holistic and comprehensive

 
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That's a great guide, and I'm sure in words said there as a developer. I'm happy to see that you didn't forget about testing. It's one of the essential parts of software development. 

 
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Thanks for info!

 
New Post 8/25/2022 3:25 AM
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Re: Systems Development Life Cycle and SDLC. 
Modified By Chris Adams  on 8/25/2022 10:16:59 AM)

Hello! The system development life cycle is the process during which a new software system is created or an old software system is modified, as well as the models and methods that developers use when developing systems. Software is the end product of the system development process. For example, in Sloboda Studio, the system development process consists of both product design (design) and product manufacturing. The goal of the system development process is to produce a high-quality product, i.e. software that meets the needs and expectations of users, can be produced on time and within the agreed cost, works efficiently and effectively in the current and planned IT infrastructure, and is not expensive to maintenance and deployment. 

 
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