Ishrat Jahan Emu

Work place: Institute of Information Technology, University of Dhaka, Bangladesh



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Ishrat Jahan Emu received the BSSE (Bachelor of Science in Software Engineering ) degree and is currently pursuing the MSSE (Master's of Science in Software Engineering) in Institute of Information Technology, University of Dhaka. She is interested in working in the fields of bioinformatics, software engineering and machine learning.

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Software Evolution of Next.js and Angular

By Anika Tabassum Ishrat Jahan Emu Abdus Satter

DOI:, Pub. Date: 8 Aug. 2023

Software evolution is the process of updating a software from it’s initial phase incorporating updates taken from the users. E-type software takes feedback and requirements from the users and updates the software accordingly. In the 70’s, Lehman proposed some laws of software evolution, which are still considered as the standards of measuring software evolution. Now-a-days, E-type softwares are getting very popular as users now use softwares by giving feedback. We are measuring Lehman’s laws of software evolution for two E-type softwares, Next.js and Angular. By downloading the source codes from github repositories, we analysed the source codes and evaluated if the softwares follow Lehman’s Laws of Software Evolution or not. This analysis completes the research which aims at measuring if the softwares evolve by maintaining Lehman’s Laws.

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