Apple Magazine (27 April 2012)

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Such as entity-relationship diagramming, prototyping, decision tables. and flowcharting. Half of the 28 respondents prototyped a version of their web application before doing the full development. This, however, was not necessarily a formalized use of prototyping but may have been used to test out designs and flow informally. 3 What Did We Learn? Web applications are being developed by a diverse group of people, many of them working outside the formal information systems function, and with little or no background or training in systems development principles.

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