Software engineering I

Concepts

The essential idea of CASE tools is that in-built programs can help to analyze developing systems in order to enhance quality and provide better outcomes. Throughout the 1990, CASE tool became part of the software lexicon, and big companies like IBM were using these kinds of tools to help create software.

Definitions

Computer aided software engineering (CASE) is the implementation of computer facilitated tools and methods in software development. CASE is used to ensure a high-quality and defect-free software. CASE ensures a check-pointed and disciplined approach and helps designers, developers, testers, managers and others to see the project milestones during development.