What Is Application Development?
Application development is the process of designing, building, and implementing software applications. It can be done by massive organizations with large teams working on projects, or by a single freelance developer. Application development defines the process of how the application is made, and generally follows a standard methodology.

There are lots of factors that go into how application development is done. You must consider the size of the project, how specific the requirements are, how much the customer will want to change things, how large the development team is, how experienced the development team is, and the deadline for the project.

Application development is closely linked with the software development life-cycle (SDLC).

The basic stages of SDLC are:
Planning
Analysis
Design
Construction
Testing
Implementation
Support
The way that application development teams have accomplished these seven tasks has changed a lot in the last few decades, and numerous types of application development methods have emerged. Each methodology must provide a solution for the seven stages of the SDLC.

Most application development methodologies can be grouped into one of three categories:

  • Waterfall
  • RAD
  • Agile

“An app is not all about technology It is a dream towards future”

― Hecate Strategy

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