End-to-end continuous processes play a large role in Agile development. With a streamlined workflow that accounts for integration, testing, and deployment, development teams can get their products out to market more efficiently. The end-to-end continuous process includes three aspects: Continuous integration Continuous delivery and deployment Continuous testing Each level of the process can operate independently. … Read More
Every team has its own approach to finishing a project, whether it be an agile approach or a waterfall approach. However, the idea of microservices has become increasingly popular in the DevOps world. Simply put, in a microservice set up, each person on the team focuses on a single job or service. Together, each service … Read More
A lot of planning goes into building a website from the ground up. There are multiple steps that come before the development process can actually begin. There’s a delicate balance between the design team, the client, and the developers, but there’s one step that requires everyone’s participation: user story mapping. With this Agile approach, all … Read More
Part three of our software development methodologies series highlights the pros and cons of the Agile model. Last week, we talked about the details of the Waterfall approach. This method follows a strict process and has a clear set of parameters. On the other hand, the Agile approach is a team-based method that is much … Read More
Before you begin a project, it’s important to know which development method you’re going to use. Waterfall and Agile are two approaches to organizing the software development phase of your project. The Agile approach emerged in response to the Waterfall method. In this blog series, we’ll introduce you to both development methods, provide the pros … Read More
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