Applications are groupings of use cases

All applications can be thought of as a grouping of use cases. That's all apps are anyways.

For example, in a simple Todo app, the use cases that the actor needs to be able to accomplish are: create todos, edit todos, delete todos, and get todos.

One could argue, "is it still a todo app if it doesn't have all the use cases that a todo app needs to have"?

While it might pose as a light-hearted theoretical discussion for another day, we can at least agree that the app is not complete until all of the agreed-upon use cases are built and working. You can see how…

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