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Iterative Development

What is Iterative Development?

Iterative development is all about breaking down software development processes into smaller portions to make them easier to understand. Iterations or cycles are used to develop and test the feature code. New features can be built and tested with each iteration until the software program is ready to be released to end customers.

Because the iterative development process is cyclical, it is more adaptable. After completing the rough initial planning, the next phases for each iteration are performed with comprehensive testing until the deployment stage is reached.

Before software integration, each iterative cycle is thoroughly tested. At each stage, the decision to keep or trash is taken. Because the program is developed in stages, this is referred to as incremental prototyping.

If anything needs to be altered, the SDLC iterative approach allows developers to go back to prior cycles. This procedure is carried out till the final product is delivered.

An iterative development process can work for your project, only if:

  • Your software application is large and needs constant upgrades
  • You do not have well-defined project requirements. However, they are easy to understand.
  • The requirements defined in the project can change the future of the product.
  • The resources for a few iterations are not available but can come in handy for future work.

Also, See: Iteration and Incremental Development

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