We craft the best development methodology based on the project in hand to offer only successful outcomes.
Development methodologies help developers and project managers define a standard framework to build software or application based on client requirements. The digital world and evolving technology have paved new and innovative ways for businesses to transform. However, every company has unique needs and objectives to achieve. Hence, A3logics designs a different methodology, which includes planning, structure, control, overall process, and much more for developing software. These well-designed and value-driven methodologies have replaced traditional methods to deliver top-notch software products to clients belonging from varied industries with different requirements. Using these methodologies, our developers address significant development needs, such as tools & techniques, approach, implementation process, requirements to streamline the process, etc. We also consider customer expectations, budget, deadlines, business dynamics, resources, and more to select the best software methodology that maximizes ROI and adds value to business growth.
We offer various business models that can be applied to any of your projects and offer the best value for your money.
This methodology primarily focuses on minimizing risks, such as cost overruns, bugs, and changing IT environments, and used for finished products. The agile method is based on a short-term development cycle called iterations, each of which is like a mini software project, ranging from one to four weeks. These interactions include tasks, such as coding, planning, testing, designing, documenting, etc. Different agile methods include extreme programming (XP), scrum, crystal, and feature-driven development (FDD).
One of the most traditional and common methodologies, the Waterfall model adopts a rigid and linear approach. It consists of sequential development phases (design, requirements, verification, implementation) and each one has a distinct and pre-defined goal to attain in the end. Once s stage is complete, there is no process to make any changes according to new requirements. Therefore, one phase must be 100% done before moving to the next one.
This method is suitable for dynamic, rapidly evolving and changing projects as it starts with brief and short-term planning for each scrum. Daily scrum meetings identify the progress of the project and also discuss reviews and feedback in the end. It is highly recommended for the projects with no pre-defined goals or feedback from clients. This method is empirical in nature and can speed up the development progress by ensuring transparency, teamwork, and regular updates.
It is a condensed application development methodology that is ideal for delivering high-quality systems with low initial investments. RAD contains four phases - requirements planning, design, construction, and cutover. With participation of active users, it enables faster adjustments to changing requirements in a constantly changing market. The methodology uses a focused group for user testing, gathering requirements, reviewing, prototyping, and communicating.
Apart from being an effective development methodology, it is also a popular practice in an organization culture. DevOps deployment brings a great change by collaborating different departments, such as quality assurance, operations and development. The teams work together throughout the development process from designing to development to maintenance and support. The aim is to decrease the development lifecycle while delivering quality software.
This method focuses on low budget software development that is change-tolerant. It aims at building software where each one-third part requires human effort, investment, and time. The workflow is minimal while cutting down meetings and documentations. It is the best development methodology for the organizations where agile iterations reduce pre-planned specifications. As the information is gathered from sources, software addresses key business needs.
With the most efficient software development methodology, you can enjoy a plethora of benefits for your project
Once the development team picks the most ideal and effective development methodology, developers have a clear way to move ahead. They know what they are supposed to do at every step and the objectives they are supposed to achieve with each phase.
As project needs are analyzed at the initial stage along with preparing requirements documents, the chances of significant requirement changes are minimized. With no modifications in the development process, the software is delivered with the deadline.
Many software methodologies involve constant feedback from testers and clients. This keeps the development process in check and highlights any errors or bugs early, giving enough time to developers to fix them instantly and patch the loopholes, if any.
A well-planned methodology shared with all teams involved in software development directs them in the same direction. It ensures they are working toward the same goal and helps them communicate using the same concept and terms defined in the methodology.
With a development approach finalized before commencement of the process, the resources, costs, and tools are pre-determined. This eliminates any additional expenses that are not necessary and keep the software development economically viable.