What sort of technical documentation should be there while planing a large level web application? Like if need to develop a web application using the microservices architecture then we can think about the following documents in planing: 1. Flow charts 2. DFD & 3. Microservices Structure But, when we think about the complete technical management of a product then we also need to think about these things: 1. Change management 2. Technology selection 3. Server infrastructure 4. POC of different stack and approach So, the only Flow Charts & DFD are not sufficient I think. Anyone here can help to think this on a broad level like how to plan for the next 5-10 years today.

Top Answer : There are no particular standard for documentation sets What is more important is to follow best practices in development with proper comments and well organised code structure

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There are no particular standard for documentation sets What is more important is to follow best practices in development with proper comments and well organised code structure
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Security requirements throughout the SDLC process (planning to implementation/maintenance).
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Start with a high level design document that outlines both the *how* and *why* of the application. From that create Milestones, Epics, and Stories that give Developers clear deliverables. For microservices architectures, or any that involve API endpoints, use a tool such as Swagger to keep APIs well documented and understandable by all.
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