- Work Cycles
- Version Snapshots
We've introduced the WSE paradigm, or the "workarea, staging area, edition" paradigm. A workarea is an area where a developer can work independently on a task. Completed, tested, and reviewed changes are submitted to a staging area from which others can update their workareas, thereby staying synchronized with the group. An edition is a site-level version of a web property. A work cycle is a sequence of development steps related to creating, editing, testing, and reviewing assets. It often culminates in a feedback opportunity for a specialist, boosting efficiency and throughput. Typical work cycles in web development include the real-time development, compare-update, review, and major test cycles.