Development Life Cycle

The software and web development life cycle adheres to a specific standard that has to be followed to move in the right direction. There are frameworks, methodologies, modeling tools, and languages involved.

Let’s discuss web development life cycle stages one by one;

Stage 1: Gathering Relevant Information

The first stage is the most important as it involves understanding the client’s requirements. Identify their needs and help them in providing the perfect solution. Have a clear idea about the target audience. What the business goals are and how the product will be utilized to accomplish those objectives.

Stage 2: Planning – Sitemap and Wireframe

With all the information that has been gathered from stage one, the design and implementation strategies are planned according to the type of product and target audience. A site map is created in this phase.

Stage 3: Design & Layout

Next is to determine the look and feel of the product. In the design phase, it is essential to embed elements like the logo of the company and the colors that help to enhance to identify the company on the product.

Stage 4: Development

The development is a stage where the product is built while maintaining the essence of the product’s purpose. All the graphic elements are taken into consideration and are used to generate a functional product.

Stage 5: Testing, Review, and Launch

It’s critical to test the product before making it available to users. Different parts of the product should also be tested to work seamlessly together—performance test, to reduce any hangs or lags in processing.

The tester validates the codes written for the website against any errors or vulnerability.

In the deployment phase, the application is made available to users. Many companies prefer to automate the deployment phase. We are here to make that possible.

Stage 6: Maintenance and Updation

The web development stages don’t end after deployment. There are many post-deployment tasks that take place. Some elements are changed as per the user’s feedback, support, and maintenance.

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