Definition of “Done”  in a web project

– Source code meets our coding standards.

– High enough level of unit test coverage for routes, action methods and controllers.

– High enough level of unit test coverage for business logic and repositories.

– High enough level of automated UI and integration test coverage.

– Code has been peer reviewed.

– Code must be completely checked in to the source control system and the build and all the automated tests should be green.

– UI looks nice and works on different resolutions on major browsers and browser editions.

– UI fulfills the accessibility requirements.

– UI works with and without javascript enabled.

– End user help/documentation/tooltips are done.

– Any auditing/tracing code is added and the output is useful and readable.

– Security permission checks have been implemented and validated via automated tests.

– Automated database migration scripts are provided and testedSample data needed to test the feature is scripted, if required.

– Users have tested the feature and are happy with it.

I’ll nitpick and note that “MVC” is not an application architecture, but whatever. Source: Definition of Done in an MVC project

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One thought on “Definition of “Done”  in a web project

  1. Not all apps are intended to work without JavaScript, e.g. single page apps. So they can never be ‘done’?

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