Development Methodology

Various software development methodologies

Technology is a perfect blend of innovation and ideation that conceptualizes to form a platform, which is suitable for operating various software developments taking place.

In fact, the methodology meant for software development is considered as a structure used for planning and controlling the procedure of creating a specialized information system.

Various software development methodologies exist to support software engineers to develop their software products

To manage a project efficiently, the manager or development team must choose the software development methodology that will work best for the project at hand. All methodologies have different strengths and weaknesses and exist for different reasons. Here’s an overview of the most commonly used software development methodologies and why different methodologies exist.

Application development is closely linked with the software development life-cycle: The basis stages are

  1. Planning
  2. Analysis
  3. Design
  4. Construction
  5. Testing
  6. Implementation
  7. Support

We work with customer’s to choose the right methodology for rendering our services:


This approach is designed to accommodate change and the need to produce software faster.

Agile values individuals and their relationships and interactions over tools; it features customer collaboration throughout the development process; it responds to change instead of following a set-in-stone plan; and it focuses on presenting working software, rather than documentation.

Teams use the agile development methodology to minimize risk (such as bugs, cost overruns, and changing requirements) when adding new functionality. In all agile methods, teams develop the software in iterations that contain mini-increments of the new functionality. There are many different forms of the agile development method, including scrum, crystal, extreme programming (XP), and feature-driven development (FDD).

Advantages are:

  • Agile methodology has an adaptive approach which is able to respond to the changing requirements of the clients
  • Direct communication and constant feedback from customer representative leave no space for any guesswork in the system
  • Allow users to realize software benefits earlier, with frequent incremental improvements.

Main principles of Agile software development methodology: face-to-face meetings, constant cooperation, early and continuous delivery of the working software, transparency. Whenever there are unexpected or frequent changes either from the client’s side or internal, this model becomes the perfect choice for managers and team leaders.

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