Glossary

Rapid Application Development  (RAD)

Rapid Application Development (RAD) is a software development concept. It serves to make software development more flexible in comparison to traditional process models such as the waterfall model, and to make it easier to adapt to rapidly changing requirements.

RAD envisages a prototypical procedure in which requirements for a software are collected and implemented as soon as possible in executable code. This is presented to the client at a quite early stage to identify misunderstandings in the requirements as well as additional requirements. The changes will be implemented in another version and presented again. These cycles are repeated until the customer is satisfied with the software and accepts it.

The cplace platform supports Rapid Application Development by enabling all user groups to use and develop applications with No-Code, Low-Code and Pro-Code.

Application Development with cplace

Related terms: Waterfall-Modell, Low-Code Development, No-Code Development

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