Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Agile method in software development

Agile method is nothing but building software with incremental or interactive work strategies known as sprits i.e building application by involving number of people or teams and push the work into public when considerable amount of work done. And can be able to roll back to any previous version of the application if found any thing wrong or unhappy with the new version of the appliction when some one or team push their work recently.

This approach is the better one when compare to waterfall, or traditional sequential development.In older days A project could be developed much like an automobile on an assembly line, in which each piece is added in sequential phases. This means that every phase of the project must be completed before the next phase can begin. Thus, developers first gather all of a project's requirements, then complete all of its architecture and design, then write all of the code, and so on.

In this scenario, If any thing went wrong in the development stage, can't revert it back and company has spent time and money to create a software that no one wants.

Whereas agile methodology helps a lot to the interactive development mode.

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