A Student Guide to Object-Oriented Development by Carol Britton, Jill Doake

By Carol Britton, Jill Doake

This is often one of many very good e-book has to be learn by way of each company program developer. Eventhough the name is "A scholar consultant to Object-Oriented Development", truly it's greater than a scholar advisor. hugely recommended.
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The extract also contains an example of the sort of document that is used in the current system and should be studied by the system developer. The bike card is obviously causing some problems and slowing down the hire process; careful study of the card itself, together with input from Annie and other members of staff, will help the developer to produce a new and better computerized version. The extract from the interview with Annie is fairly typical in that relevant information does not emerge in a structured, coherent order.

4 Scenario for "Issue bike" where the use case goal is not achieved and 43 44 A STUDENTGUIDE TO OBJECT-ORIENTEDDEVELOPMENT Coming to grips with the required functionality by studying typical user interactions with the system is a technique that has been used informally by software developers since long before the arrival of object-orientation. Use cases are not essentially objectoriented; they are a useful tool whatever method of developing software is being used. Use case modelling formalizes and documents a long-standing practice.

Depending on the stage they have reached, system developers can use scenarios to describe what did actually happen (or might typically have happened) on one occasion or how they want things to happen in the new system. A careful study of scenarios depicting both typical and exceptional uses of the system is a very good way to understand what the system does and how it is used. It~ a bottom up approach to understanding a system. You start by looking at the details of how the system is used and from this work out what the overall aims and objectives are and from this what the use cases are.

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