Due to the rapid emergence of various web and internet related technologies, the need to have web development professionals is extremely important. This is because the field of web and software development is quite vast and at the same time, very dynamic. At such, constant innovations and developments have to be made to ensure that the software being used meets the needs of the respective people or companies. Web development therefore covers various stages and processes before its completion. The seven main processes that have to be covered in web development include requirements analysis, domain analysis, client oriented design, implementation oriented design, implementation, integration and finally, packaging.
Requirement analysis mainly specifies the main functional capabilities that are necessary in a software. This is mainly determined in regards to the basic requirements dictated upon by the client to the software developer. The main products used include the use of software documents with the aim of meeting both the needs and the wants of the client.
During the domain analysis stage, concepts are developed so as different terminologies and relationships that are essential to the client. This is usually influenced by the software model and the intended use. In addition to this are the use of interaction and conceptual diagrams. The main purpose for this stage is to capture the knowledge framework of the client.
Client oriented design then specifies on the software components that are going to be visible to the client as well as its special methods, relationships and attributes towards other software components. The two main important tools in this stage include the use of interaction and the specification level diagrams. The main purpose for this process is to help in defining the structure of the software interaction to the client in regards to the client’s framework of knowledge.
The next process covers the implementation oriented design. This mainly determines the method algorithms and the internal features of the software. These should be able to meet the specifications that the client intended for.
Codes then have to be written and complied during this next process, the implementation process. The purpose for the implementation is to ensure that different components of the software are accurately implemented.
Next is the integration. This is the process whereby components of the software are put into context both with each other and the client software. Integration further tests the components of the software before they are used.
During the last process, the software is packaged and documented in a form that is deliverable such that it becomes easy to install. Though all of these processes may somewhat appear a bit complex, with the SolutionStream dot net software development, everything is well taken care of and made more understandable and usable.