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Emmanuel Uchewa
Emmanuel Uchewa

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Building applications using progressive Incremental Change method.

The progressive incremental change method is a software development approach that involves creating an application in small, incremental steps. This strategy is a popular alternative to the usual "big bang" methodology, which involves developing an application all at once and then releasing it in a single, huge update.

The progressive incremental change method outperforms the traditional approach in various ways. For starters, it enables developers to test each change independently, allowing them to spot and correct any problems before they become major difficulties. Furthermore, this strategy allows developers to solicit feedback from users at each step of development, which can assist influence the application's path and guarantee that it fits their demands.

Another advantage of the progressive incremental change method is that it allows developers to release new features and updates to users more frequently. This can help keep users engaged and interested in the application, as well as assist developers in gathering additional data on how users use the application, which can be utilized to better future updates.

Implimentation

To implement the progressive incremental change method, developers first need to identify the core functionality of their application without which the Application would not be functional and then build that core functionality in a series of small, incremental steps. This can involve breaking the development process down into smaller, manageable chunks, such as adding a new feature or improving an existing one.

Once the core functionality has been built, the developers can then begin to add additional features and improvements to the application in a similar fashion. This can involve working with users to gather feedback on the application and incorporate their suggestions into future updates.

In general, the progressive incremental change strategy is a useful tool for developing apps. By breaking down the development process into simple, manageable chunks, developers may build applications more swiftly and effectively, while also keeping users engaged and satisfied.

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nwakaku

nice

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kenedilichi1

It’s a good read
Thank you

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Victor Chukwuemeka Amos

Wow...just got more insight on this... thank you very much

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