November 6, 2022
Development with Traditional Waterfall Method, The waterfall method is a traditional way of implementing a project and moving it into production. There are also phases in a project. One cannot skip any step and move to the next step. Also here each phase depends on the quality of execution of the previous phase. The waterfall method also does not believe in working on small chunks of work.
The waterfall Method is a traditional way of implementing a project and moving it into production. Here the process is quite stringent in nature. In this method, also the flexibility is not provided throughout the implementation. This traditional way of project implementation is generally unidirectional in nature. Also, this traditional way of project implementation goes through the phases of conception, initiation, analysis, design, construction, testing, deployment, and maintenance.
In this phase, the product owner or project manager meets the clients or stakeholders and discusses the various opportunities. In this phase a proper brainstorming of the solution takes place. A person should be able to think through the entire mechanism. Here the project manager tries to understand the requirements of the client. The projects take into consideration the scope he or his team has. He then tries to freeze the requirements.
As the name suggests this is the phase where the entire development of the product or application or feature happens. After the system design has been done this is next in line. All hardware and software specifications are frozen. Unlike in other approaches the entire piece of code for different functionalities has to be written here.
The code is allowed to be pushed for testing after this phase. Developers write their individual units of code. Integration is done after that. Before integration developers should make sure to do unit testing
As mentioned before moving the code for testing and for the master integration, this step has to be performed. This step holds a lot of value in the process of a successful project. In this process, a developer tests his/her small unit of code and hence the name unit testing. This phase serves as a bridge between two teams. These teams are the Development and Quality Assurance Team.
Black box testing generally comes under functional and system testing. Both functional and system testing is the core of any testing service. So is black-box testing. Black box testing is really essential to meet the client’s requirements. This testing has to be done really carefully taking all parameters into consideration. This testing mostly deals with the error handling of the system. It ensures that errors are minimal in the count. This testing mostly deals with the user interface of the system. It also closely deals with user inputs and outputs. This testing makes sure that everything is working correctly.
Integration Testing is one of the most important types of software testings. Integration testing checks the interface between the two units. It is mainly of two types:-
Component Integration Testing System Integration Testing
The quality of a product largely depends on how integration testing has been performed. Usually, all developers work on pieces of codes and follow a different logic. While integration it becomes very crucial to check the accuracy of all interfaces. Also, all APIs are not similar hence it becomes very necessary to check all data values while integration
This phase is a must for any successful completion of a project. UAT stands for User Acceptance Testing. In this phase generally, the user handles the end to end system. This is the first time when the client gets to work and use the system. Proper care has to be taken in this phase. Quick and regular fixes are required in this phase. If this phase is not carried out properly in a timely manner, client satisfaction is something that might take a hit. User Acceptance Testing has always been an important phase in the entire Software Development Life Cycle of a project
Maintenace in the traditional waterfall method is something that happens after the project implementation. The client receives constant support. The support is required to help them build a stable system for themselves. This phase is also quite necessary and crucial to help retain customers in the company. The company might lead to churn
The main welfare is the capacity to change progressively to the customers’ wants and requisites. Focus is on the facets that are of the highest utility to the customer. A short-fixed timeline that allows for prompt evaluation from the customer and the potential to budge deliverables into production. Agile has more recurrent check-ins and affirmations with the business. which permits changes to be made at a much-accelerated pace.
With Astaqc Consulting, you get a whole lot of advantages. Astaqc Consulting provides an entire Quality Assurance service. It has skilled people in their team. They are experienced in different domains Also, the members of the team have good knowledge of all the tools and recent technologies in the market. Astaqc Consulting believes in customer satisfaction and makes sure the return on investment is something that is met by the client
This article covered the process of the traditional Waterfall Methodology. It helped us learn the phases of Waterfall. It also helped us know what exactly happens in each phase. We learned what members are involved in the phase. This entire blog serves as an overall end to end guide to the Waterfall method. Now all the companies are moving away from this approach. Companies are moving to methods that are quicker and more flexible. The new methodologies are gaining more popularity in terms of usage and return on investment. All kinds of industries that prefer different approaches based on business requirements.
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