Software Process Model for Dynamic Website Development towards Quality Product
Keywords:Dynamic Website Development, Empirical Study, Software Process Model, Software Product Quality,
AbstractMost sectors today, such as industries, banking, travel, education, and government, are moving towards the web as an improvement and enhancement to their businesses and services. Dynamic websites, which are considered as one type of web applications, should follow systematic and sound software development methodology to achieve quality and standard of the product. However, previous studies have revealed that many websites which are available on the Internet do not fulfil the quality requirements to be considered as a successful quality website. This study investigates the current issues in dynamic website development including the methodology, quality attribute, and the process for dynamic website development in order to achieve quality website. This work also determines factors that motivate developers to follow sound methodology in developing the dynamic websites and the barriers of not following one. Lastly, this paper presents the development of the software process model for dynamic website development that aim is to ensure the quality of the website as a good software product. The proposed model is developed based on findings from the empirical study conducted that involves software developers and practitioners as the respondents.
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