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PE Assignment04

Assignment # 01
Web Engineering – Spring 2022
Submitted by: Muhammad Zohaib
Registration No: 18PWCSE1689
Class Section: B
“On my honor, as student of University of Engineering and Technology, I have neither given
nor received unauthorized assistance on this academic work.”
Student Signature: ______________
Submitted to:
Engr. Madiha Mushtaq
9 April 2022
Department of Computer Systems Engineering
University of Engineering and Technology, Peshawar
Describe which Process Model is best suited for Web-based
development (keeping in view the requirements for a web application
Note: Provide an example other than the Rational Unified Process (RUP).
The Agile methodology is so popular that some organizations are even using it for
non-software-related projects.
Agile is based on an incremental and iterative approach. Fast failure is a notable
aspect of it, and Agile features ongoing release cycles. Each of these features
small changes over the previous release, with the product tested with each
A Scrum is a form of implementation of the Agile methodology that helps
development teams structure complex project requirements. To complete
assigned tasks, Scrum teams work in sprints, which is a period that lasts between
2 to 4 weeks.
Daily Scrum meetings are organized to help the complete team monitor progress
made up until that point. The one in charge of the Scrum team is known as the
ScrumMaster. As usual, it’s their responsibility to keep the team on track for
meeting the goal.
Use cases:
 Practically any startup initiatives, when end users’ early feedback is
 Large projects that are easy to divide into small functional parts and can be
developed incrementally over each iteration.
 Most of mid-sized projects in custom software development where
business requirements cannot be confidently translated to detailed
software requirements.
Agile Pros:
 Capable of accommodating new changes or enhancements occurring during
the development phase without a budget constraint.
 Fast development and testing allow for the recognition of existing gaps in
the requirements or technologies being used. This makes easy to find
alternative courses of action.
 Saves a great amount of cost and time thanks to the less documentation
 Engages projects managers and business stakeholders and gets their
feedback consistently throughout the software development process
 Helps development teams identify and address minor issues before
becoming problematic
Agile Cons:
 Almost impossible to determine the total effort required at the very
beginning of development for full-size and complex projects.
 Puts less emphasis on designing and documentation processes.
 High-risk when clients/end-users are unsure about requirements.
 Requires valuable resources.