Flash Developers Ltd. offer capable Flash development teams on hire which includes dedicated Flash web and Flash software developers. We are a efficient Flash application development company catering to the Flash development needs of corporations globally.
Agile software development includes a group of methodologies, that are aligned to counter the issues posed by conventional software development methodologies. The agile software development method is to produce small pieces of completely developed and tested features every few weeks. The emphasis is on obtaining the smallest workable piece of functionality to deliver business value early, and improving it through iterations. Small sets of functionalities are added with every development iteration.
Agile methods emphasize real-time communication, preferably face-to-face, over written documents. Most agile teams are located in a bullpen and include all the people necessary to finish software. At a minimum, this includes programmers and their "customers." (Customers are the people who define the product. They could be product managers, business analysts, or actual customers.) The bullpen may also include testers, interaction designers, technical writers, and managers.
At Flash Developers Ltd. we use agile development extensively across projects of different scale and needs.
Agile projects focus the effort on the ship date. Because you constantly, prioritize, you are able to optimize on the ship date and know that you will be including the highest priority features.
By setting frequent milestones and short development cycles, we ensure you that your project is always on-track. We deliver working sections of your software several times within a release so you can see and measure progress. During a development iteration we offer graphical burn down charts that allow you to measure our performance - planned vs. actual.
Traditional the software development approaches tried to meet these demands through emphasis on elaborate planning, sequential and irreversible processes and heavyweight documentation. Actually even today one of the most popular methodologies, the Waterfall methodology falls into this category. While the value of the same can't be undermined, the rigidity of the approach leads to the loss of concentration on the core business goal of producing cost-effective working software rapidly. The agile software development movement evolved out of this industry-wide predicament.