Rapid Applications Development ( RAD )
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Rapid Applications Development ( RAD ) - Outline
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Rapid Applications Development ( RAD ) - Knowledge Bases
  • The Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM)
    • The Dynamic Systems Development Method (DSDM) is a public domain Rapid Application Development method which has been developed through capturing the experience of a large consortium of vendor and user organisations. DSDM is fast becoming the de-facto standard for RAD in many countries
  • Rapid Application Development (Walter Maner)
    • "A software development process that allows usable systems to be built in as little as 60-90 days, often with some compromises"
  • Rapid Application Development (RAD) (Software Tech News)
    • "One of the strategies of RAD is an up front investment in producing a suitable architecture and populating it with just the right tool suite. At the core of development is utilization, and although not a strict dictum, the use of the Spiral Model allows incremental and repetitive development. The use of Object-Oriented methods is encouraged to speed development and allow for reduced rework and possible reuse. Automated code generators such as the Computer-Aided Prototyping System (CAPS) replaces slow hand written code and minimizes coding errors. RAD also allows for users to employ their own query and update languages, report generators, decision support languages, as well as specification languages. This tailoring and flexibility in the rapid production of prototypes, products, and systems is mitigated by domain specificity which brings order out of apparent chaos"
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Rapid Applications Development ( RAD ) - Related Topics
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Rapid Applications Development ( RAD ) - Key Manufacturers
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