Agile software development
Get better results more quickly
Agile software development enables you to conduct your development projects easily, unbureaucratically and iteratively. Agile methods and processes like Kanban and Scrum will save time and money.
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Iterative methods according to the Agile Manifesto
The exact requirements for a product are not always known from the beginning of the project, or they might change during the implementation period. To achieve this required flexibility, we use agile methods like Scrum or Kanban. The specification of an application often changes fast in today’s world and need to be implemented into the application quickly. This is possible thanks to agile methods and a modern technology stack.
The 12 principles of agile software development according to the Agile Manifesto
Success in sprints
Iterative action means that the development is split into phases. They usually last for 2–4 weeks. For each of these phases, the team plans anew, which elements shall be developed further. They do this by prioritizing the backlog. By assessing the effort for user stories, which are subtasks of a development phase, you can always estimate, which of the prioritized functions can be worked on in the next development cycle (sprint).
The current state will be delivered to you for testing after every iteration. This allows you to develop a feel for the product and to get to know the user experience, allowing you to take part in its design.
Quickly available and easily adaptable
The main advantage of agile software development is the reduced time span until first results are available. Additionally, agile software can be adapted more easily. This is of particular importance if changes occur during the development process. They can be based on market requirements or general requirements, which the software must fulfill.