Basic Software Requirements Specification

SRS is a detailed description of the system’s purpose, functionality, interface, and performance criteria. Watch further to know more about the structure of this document, but first, let's review the reasons for using it.

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Created by Jojonomic Indonesia Last updated Thu, 19-May-2022 English
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9 Lessons 00:32:07 Hours
Learning SRS (Software Requirements Specification)
9 Lessons 00:32:07 Hours
  • How to Write Software Requirements Specification 00:05:57
  • Software Requirements Specification Example and Guide
  • Software Requirements Specification Example and Guide
  • Functional & Non Functional Requirements 00:05:57
  • Key Difference Between Functional vs. Non-Functional Requirements
  • User Stories Acceptance Criteria: Best Practices and Examples
  • UML Use Case Diagram Tutorial 00:13:24
  • Product Development Process | 7 Essential Stages 00:06:49
  • A Full Guide to a Product Development Process
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  • IT Students, Professionals and Teachers
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  • System Analyst
  • Product Owner
  • Tech Writer
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SRS is a detailed description of the system’s purpose, functionality, interface, and performance criteria. Watch further to know more about the structure of this document, but first, let's review the reasons for using it.

What are the reasons for using an SRS document? 1 - SRS describes how a software system should be developed 2 - It provides everyone involved with a roadmap for that project 3 - SRS in software engineering creates the basis for all documentation, 4 - It sets your communication on the right track helps you understand the product 5 - SRS documentation helps to grow your development standards 6 - It helps to cover risks on each development stage


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