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Software Development

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  • New York

Service Description

Iterative development Iterative development is a software development approach that breaks the process of developing a large application into smaller parts. Each part, called “iteration”, represents the whole development process and contains planning, design, development, and testing steps. Unlike the Waterfall model, the iterative process adds features one-by-one, providing a working product at the end of each iteration, and increases functionality from cycle to cycle. What are the benefits of Iterative Development? Since the focus on each iteration is on finding the right solution rather than the complete solution, iterative development ensures that the product is moving in a direction aligned to correct requirements. Users can provide critical feedback on the entire product rather than just a small sub-system. This helps in improving on the system's design from the very beginning. Perfect system design is not important at the project's onset since what's not working will anyways be discarded at each iteration. Stages of Software Development/Software Development Life Cycle Planning and requirement analysis Requirement Analysis is the most important and necessary stage in SDLC. The senior members of the team perform it with inputs from all the stakeholders and domain experts or SMEs in the industry. Planning for the quality assurance requirements and identifications of the risks associated with the projects is also done at this stage. Business analyst and Project organizer set up a meeting with the client to gather all the data like what the customer wants to build, who will be the end user, what is the objective of the product. Before creating a product, a core understanding or knowledge of the product is very necessary. Once the required function is done, an analysis is complete with auditing the feasibility of the growth of a product. In case of any ambiguity, a signal is set up for further discussion. Once the requirement is understood, the SRS (Software Requirement Specification) document is created. The developers should thoroughly follow this document and also should be reviewed by the customer for future reference. Defining Requirements Once the requirement analysis is done, the next stage is to certainly represent and document the software requirements and get them accepted from the project stakeholders. This is accomplished through "SRS"- Software Requirement Specification document which contains all the product requirements to be constructe

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  • New York, NY, USA

    +1 717 748 7994

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