What is Rapid Application Development Model (RAD)? Advantages and Disadvantages

RAD Model stands for Rapid application development model. RAD Model’s working process is same as Incremental Model. In this model, all the work goes in a parallel way. RAD model mostly used for small projects which have complete requirement. RAD customers get something working very quickly and can provide feedback for the

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What is V-Model – Advantages and Disadvantages?

What is V-Model? V-Model also was known as verification and validation model. V-Model looks like V shape, In this model process done in sequentially like waterfall model. Each phase must be completed to start next phase. It is a good model for testing point of view because testing is done

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What is Iterative Incremental Development Model? Advantages and Disadvantages

Iterative Incremental Development Model is a process where creating requirements, designing, building and testing a system in small parts. This model divided into small parts which will help to make modules very easily. In this model, module passes through some phases like requirements, coding, designing, testing. Iterative Incremental Development model is

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User Acceptance Testing

It is a formal activity. After alpha testing, the customer will accept the product if the product fulfills customers needs. User Acceptance Testing is often the final step before rolling out the application.  It conducted by customers or by end users. The environment should closely resemble the real world or production environment. Type of User

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What is Integration Testing

Integration testing tests interfaces between components to different parts of a system such as an operating system, file system, and hardware. It starts at module level when various modules are integrated with each other to form a system. This Integration testing tests interfaces between the modules. It is becoming easier

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