This involves defining the project scope, objectives, and requirements, as well as creating a project plan and timeline.
This involves gathering and analyzing data to understand the needs and goals of the project. This may include conducting market research, talking to customers, and gathering input from stakeholders.
This involves creating a detailed design for the software, including the user interface, features, and overall architecture.
This involves writing the code for the software, as well as testing and debugging it to ensure it is of high quality.
This involves testing the software to ensure it meets the requirements and functions as intended. This may include unit testing, integration testing, and user acceptance testing.
This involves making the software available for use, either by releasing it to the public or installing it on the customer's system.
This involves providing ongoing support and updates for the software, as well as fixing any issues that may arise.