Quality Attributes (*-ilities) In Application Development

Introduction

*-ilities are group of quality attributes that defines the applications capabilities. All those quality attributes are of a name that ends with *ility*

Quality attributes of the system that describes a specific capability that is not related to a specific functional requirement. They are closely tight to non functional…

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Ishan Liyanage

Ishan Liyanage

Passionate Technical Lead, Senior Software Developer and free and open source software advocate. Based in Singapore.

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