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Discuss why an application might be built using prototyping as part of the SDLC methodology, rather than by a pure prototyping methodology alone.

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1. Discuss why an application might be built using prototyping as part of the SDLC methodology, rather than by a pure prototyping methodology alone.

SDLC methodology is good for information where the content is operational (as opposed to strategic or issue related content that is best suited for prototyping), and may offer many benefits including organization and control that are necessary for mission critical applications as opposed to having a pure prototyping methodology alone.

As a good example of the SDLC approach, the EIS developed at Burnaby Hospital Systems (BHS) used this approach. For instance, rather than ...

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This solution discusses why an application might be built using prototyping as part of the SDLC methodology, rather than by a pure prototyping methodology alone. Supplemented with an article that has examples of when to use the two types of methodology.

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