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Software development methodologies play a key part of evolving the software. There are many methodologies which are used by the professional software development companies nowadays. There are definite advantages and disadvantages associated with each of them. The basic determination of these methodologies is to provide smooth software development according to the project requirements.

Software development methodology is a framework that is used to structure, plan, and control the process of developing an information system. This kind of development methodologies are only apprehensive with the software development process, so it does not involve any technical aspect of, but only concern with proper planning for the software development.

1.WATERFALL MODEL

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The waterfall model is one of the most customary and ordinarily used software development methodologies for software development.

  • Requirement Gathering Stage
    During this phase, detailed requirements of the software system to be developed are gathered from client
  • Built Stage
    After design stage, it is built stage that is nothing but coding the software
  • Design Stage
    Plan the programming language or database or other high-level technical details of the project
  • Test Stage
    In this phase, you test the software to verify that it is built as per the specifications given by the client.
  • Deployment stage
    Deploy the application in the respective environment
  • Maintenance stage
    Once your system is ready to use, you may later require change the code as per customer request

2.AGILE DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY

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Agile Software Development is an approach that is used to design a controlled software management process which also allows some frequent variation in the development project.

  • Concept
    Projects are planned and prioritized
  • Inception
    Team members are identified, funding is put in place, and initial environments and requirements are discussed
  • Iteration
    The development team works to deliver working software based on iteration requirements and feedback
  • Release
    QA (Quality Assurance) testing, internal and external training, documentation development, and final release of the iteration into production
  • Production
    Ongoing support of the software
  • Retirement
    End-of-life activities, including customer notification and migration

3.SCRUM DEVELOPMENT METHODOLOGY

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The Scrum Development Methodology can be functional to nearly any project. This process is suited for development projects that are quickly changing or highly growing requirements.

  • Sprint Planning Meeting
    At the start of each sprint a planning meeting is held to discuss the work that is to be done.
  • Daily scrum or daily standup
    Each day during the sprint team members share what they worked on the prior day, will work on today, and identify any impediments.
  • Sprint Review
    At the end of a sprint the team demonstrates the functionality added during the sprint.
  • Sprint Retrospective
    At the end of a sprint the team demonstrates the functionality added during the sprint.
  • Product Backlog
    At the end of each sprint the team participates in a retrospective meeting to reflect on the sprint that is ending and identify opportunities to improve in the new sprint.

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