Thursday, April 06, 2006

Exercise 3.8

Rapid Application Development, or RAD, can be used to describe any development process that leads to a faster development. This approach has less structured stages that are suitable for smaller and low cost projects. Often the user and programmer work closely together.

The RAD approach is suitable in cases where pre-written modules can be combined quickly to form a solution. These usually include database programs such as access, or programming like VB, where different modules can be combined together to form one program.


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