Different software development life cycle models

Well, the term “models” comes up a lot in software development in a variety of different contexts.

The ones you mention are specifically to do with what’s commonly called the software development “life cycle”. As the name suggests, that refers to the process used to create a piece of software over time – in what order and in what way it’s specified, designed, built, tested, maintained, so on. “Models” in this context are a particular overall structure for that life cycle, given a descriptive name. E.g. as the name “waterfall” might suggest, under that particular model you move through a set of steps in a linear sequence.

Different software development life cycle models are –

       a. Waterfall Model
       b. V model
       c. Incremental Model
       d. RAD Model
       e. Agile Model 

Leave Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Looking for learning Framework Development from Scratch? Lookout for Detailed Framework Development videos on YouTube here -


Get the Framework code at Github Repo: https://github.com/prakashnarkhede?tab=repositories