Delphi Programming Tutorial – Lesson 4: Rapid Application Development:
Rapid application development (RAD) is a general term used to refer to alternatives to the conventional approaches of software development.
Some of the Rapid Application (RAD) approaches to software development are:
– to emphasize the necessity of adjusting requirements in reaction to knowledge gained as the project progresses. This causes RAD to use prototypes in addition to or even sometimes in place of design specifications.
– to put less emphasis on planning tasks and more emphasis on program development.
– to emphasize a flexible process that can adapt as the project evolves rather than rigorously defining specifications and plans correctly from the start.
RAD is especially well suited (although not limited to) developing software that is driven by user interface requirements. Graphical user interface builders, like Delphi, are often called rapid application development tools.
Learn how Rapid Application Development (RAD) enables software developers to create big and impressive applications in a short time.
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