Software Development Lifecycle
Be it a gaming app or a business suite – the different stages in software development are usually fixed. From conception to release, every application needs to be developed and tested. Depending on the requirements of the software that is to be developed the overall approach may vary. The most common methods are the water fall model (sequential development) and agile (iterative) development.
Waterfall Model vs. Agile Software Development
The approach that should be selected depends on the software that is being developed and the available resources and internal structure in place. While the water fall method is suitable for long term projects, where constant updates are difficult to perform, the agile approach with short iterations allows for continuous deployment of new functions. There are also a mixture of the two that can be individually adjusted based on the requirements of the software in question.
Linear or Agile: Testbirds is able to support you through customization and flexibility
No matter the development method you prefer, when it comes to the quality of your software there are no compromises. Crowdtesting and Cloud technologies feature a huge variety of diverse testing services that you can use to optimize your software. Whether you perform single comprehensive tests or opt for repeated regression testing, we can support you in finding and performing precisely the tests that match your resources and the product you are developing. We also deliver valuable information regarding the user-friendliness and functionality of your product during the different stages of development.
How can Testbirds help?
From prototypes to live websites, we support you in all stages of development:
- Crowdtesting with over 250,000 testers allows you to select your exact target group
- Over 450,000 devices cover all device and software combinations
- Functionality and usability tests
- Quality assurance through test automation
- High quality standards and a client satisfaction rating of 9.2 out of 10.