What is a Use Case?

Use Cases Capture What the Software Does In the vast majority of contexts, use cases should be used to capture what the software does, not how the software does it. Another way of saying this is that they are implementable – meaning a software developer clearly knows what needs to be built – without specifying the implementation details such as what coding language to use, how to connect various technical components, or what database fields to add.

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