Agile Methodology Agile methodology, a rapid application development procedure, newer than waterfall and implemented using scrum.
Agile Methodology Since it follows an iterative approach, Agile is advantageous in many ways
- Short development phases make the project adaptable and always ready for any major or minor change required by the customer.
- The customer can view the live project during every sprint and regular feedback results in a better-quality product.
- Developers and testers work hand in hand along with the customer. A better teamwork results in the development of an individual as well as business of the organization.
Whenever there are advantages, it is followed by certain disadvantages
- Agile prefers a working application over documentation. This is a good thing but depending on the complexity of a project, a proper balance between documentation and coding may sometimes be necessary
- The methodology is designed for small teams. Therefore, each team member must be proficient in their roles and self-dependent.