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    What is Agile methodology?

     

    Traditional software development methodologies work on the premise that software requirements stay consistent all through the project. But, with increment in complexity , the requirements undergo various changes and continuously advance. At times, the client himself is not certain what he needs. In spite of the fact that iterative model addresses this issue's, regardless it taking into account the waterfall model.

     

    In Agile methodology, software is developed in incremental, fast cycles. Connections amongst clients, developers and customer are underlined as opposed to procedures and tools. Agile methodology concentrates on reacting to change as opposed to extensive planning.

     


    What Is The Testing Approach?

     

    Incremental testing is utilized in agile development methods and henceforth, every release of the project is tested thoroughly. This guarantees any bugs in the system are settled before the next release.

     


    Advantages/Points of interest

     

    It is possible to make improvements in the project whenever to follow the requirements.

    This incremental testing minimizes dangers/risks.

     

     

    Disadvantages/Burdens

     

    Consistent customer interaction means included time pressure all partners including the customer themselves , software development and test groups .

     

     

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