Web starts as early as 9'O clock in the morning when you come down to developer’s office for an early meeting with their team. What follows after is often termed as the five important phases of Web development. Starting from the first step of requirement understanding to the very last, software maintenance, they all are important. Ignorance of even one of them may fetch you highly unpredictable results.
1. Understanding The first phase involves the study of your business and understanding the pain-points. Firstly an overview is given to the team of experts about the exact needs and requirements which the software or website must fulfill. Based on those requirements their team suggests a course of action to be taken. The project is then handed over to the project manager after understanding the requirements .
2. Planning Under the planning phase, teams ponder over the software requirements, projects scope, milestones deadlines and pricing. The report is then sent to your office for further modifications (if any). After which the development process begins.
3. Development The execution of plan begins from this stage using agreed procedures while keeping in mind the project requirements. Meanwhile, the project manager keeps you updated with latest developments. It makes the complete process smooth and transparent.
4. Deployment Under deployment stage, the product is hosted on the web and mobile platforms and configured for the users. Sayings so the deliverable is still not ready for the end users. Some more testing and it will undergo numerous small and little changes before getting ready for final rollout. Often in
5. Maintenance The world is evolving along with it the people and their needs. No software is going to live forever. Maintenance of the product is required as users will demand new functionalities as the time flies. Regular maintenance and update of the software will keep the users engaged and remain customers of the services for longer periods of time.
Remember the lines what Grady Booch said - "The task of the development team is to engineer the illusion of simplicity" and going by that the development must incorporate whatever it takes to come out with the perfect.