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In mobile development we use Agile Scrum development cycle which is a part of the broader Agile methodology, is an iterative and flexible approach to software development. It focuses on delivering working software in small increments, collaborating with stakeholders, and adapting to changing requirements. Here's a breakdown of the Agile Scrum development cycle:

Planning and Product Backlog:

  • The Agile Scrum development cycle begins with planning and the creation of a product backlog. The product backlog is a prioritized list of features, user stories, and tasks that need to be implemented.
  • The product owner is responsible for defining and prioritizing items in the backlog, considering input from stakeholders and customers.

Sprint Planning:

  • Development work is organized into fixed-length iterations called sprints, typically lasting 2 to 4 weeks.
  • At the start of each sprint, a sprint planning meeting is held. The development team selects a subset of items from the product backlog to work on during the sprint.
  • The team commits to completing the selected items within the sprint.

Development (Coding):

  • During the sprint, development work takes place. Developers write code, create features, and implement user stories.
  • The development team collaborates closely, with daily stand-up meetings to discuss progress and address any issues.

Testing and Continuous Integration:

  • Testing is an ongoing process in Agile Scrum . As features are developed, they are tested, and any issues are addressed immediately.
  • Continuous integration is often used to integrate code changes into a shared repository multiple times a day.

Review and Demo (Sprint Review):

  • At the end of each sprint, a sprint review meeting is held. The team demonstrates the completed work to stakeholders, including the product owner and potentially end-users.
  • Feedback is collected, and any necessary adjustments to the product backlog are made based on this feedback.

Retrospective (Sprint Retrospective):

  • Following the sprint review, there is a sprint retrospective meeting. The team reflects on the sprint and the development process.
  • The focus is on identifying what went well and what could be improved in terms of processes, communication, and teamwork.

Delivery and Increment:

  • At the end of each sprint, there is a potentially shippable increment of the software, meaning that it could be released to users if desired.
  • The increment may be released to production or integrated into a larger project, depending on the team's goals.

Repeat:

  • The Agile Scrum development cycle continues with successive iterations, with each sprint focusing on a new set of prioritized items from the product backlog.
  • The cycle repeats until the project is completed, allowing for flexibility to adapt to changing requirements and priorities.

The Agile Scrum development cycle promotes collaboration, frequent inspection and adaptation, and a focus on delivering valuable working software in short cycles. It's designed to provide greater visibility and flexibility throughout the software development process.

 

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