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Building Web Applications with UML by Jim Conallen

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Iteration 1: Getting started

Time: 2 weeks 
Project management
  • A vision statement and business case are commissioned.

  • The project plan is created.

  • The second iteration's plan is started.

  • The glossary is started.

  • Staffing decisions are made.

Architecture
  • Architectural options are reviewed.

  • Prototypes are constructed.

Requirements
  • A high-level use case package diagram is made.

  • Requirements documents are started, and very high-level, nonfunctional requirements are gathered.

Analysis
  • Procedures are defined.

  • Tools are evaluated.

Design
  • Procedures are defined.

  • Tools are evaluated.

Implementation
  • Development environments and tools are evaluated.

  • Assistance with prototypes is given.

Test
  • Testing procedures are defined.

  • Testing tools are evaluated and, if possible, they ...

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