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The Fusebox Lifecycle Process (FLiP) is a process for developing web applications. There are two fundamental ideas behind FLiP. The first is keeping the process closely tied to client feedback. The second is to encourage inexpensive changes early, before they become more expensive and time consuming. FLiP offers a nice list of tools, techniques and methods to achieve this

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By JC

The Fusebox Lifecycle Process (FLiP) is a process for developing web applications. FLiP grew out of some of the best practices employed by Hal Helms and others.

There are two fundamental ideas behind FLiP. The first is to use a process that is, at all times, closely tied to client feedback. The second is to encourage inexpensive changes in the design early in the process, resulting in a reduced need for changes later in the process, when those changes become progressively more expensive.

You can read more about FLiP here.

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