Web Development Using Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)


  • Piyush Mishra
  • Maitri Jain
  • Archana Soni
  • Harsh Rathore
  • Durgesh Kumar Yadav
  • Ashraf Abdullah


Web development life cycle, software development life cycle, development process, software systems, testing and maintenance


One of the most powerful, essential, and significant issues in the computer industry is software project development. It is a stage in the software development life cycle (SDLC). The SDLC focuses on minimizing risk and failure while maximizing software product quality. Without a good step-by-step producing technique, the software development process is extremely difficult, hence the software development life cycle was created to make the process easy and systematic. This is the approach of software development that is structured and organized. A framework known as the software development life cycle (SDLC) outlines all the procedures and duties that must be completed while creating software. Several software development life cycle models are employed in the software development process, each with unique benefits and drawbacks that are discussed in this study. This document offers a set of tasks and best practices for all parties concerned with the organization, design, coding, testing, and upkeep of software systems. This research compares the proposed new SDLC model with the existing SDLC model and finds that the latter does not appropriately focus on usability concerns when creating effective, useable software products. Statistical findings are used to demonstrate this conclusion.



How to Cite

P. . Mishra, M. . Jain, A. . Soni, H. . Rathore, D. K. . Yadav, and A. . Abdullah, “Web Development Using Software Development Life Cycle (SDLC)”, JoSETTT, vol. 9, no. 3, pp. 31–35, Mar. 2023.