Agile Model for Software Development Lifecycle
To satisfy the rapidly changing demands of the clients in today’s times, when the world is technologically ascending, holding on to a long-strict software development process doesn’t seem like a wise move. Being flexible and delivering faster is now not optional. The use of old waterfall model for software development, due to its lengthy, linear and strict phases, is winding down.
To overcome the drawbacks of the waterfall model, a more efficient, flexible, iterative, and incremental solution was required. And the Agile model perfectly conquered those drawbacks. The Agile software development methodology is not only adaptive to the unexpected changes that usually occur during the development process but it possesses the capacity to deliver the project in time and in an agile manner.
In Agile, projects are firstly envisioned, prioritized, and divided into manageable segments. Each segment is now handled differently by adopting an iterative approach. Each segment has its own deadline and requirements and follows the basic process of planning, requirement analysis, designing, developing, and testing. That’s why a plethora of software development companies are increasingly adopting Agile. Maybe you should too.