How To Use Low-Code Across The Five Stages Of The Agile Development Lifecycle
Agile development is a systematic and strategic approach to application or software development. Agile development is primarily focused on consistent feedback and improvement through each stage of the development process. The agile development cycle typically consists of 5 distinct stages; ideation, development, testing, deployment and operations and maintenance.
Recent advancements in low-code technology now mean that the agile development lifecycle can be significantly accelerated, streamlined and optimized. The wide variety of benefits of low-code development platforms can be implemented at each stage of the agile development lifecycle. Recent studies have shown that low-code application development platforms have the potential to reduce overall development time by up to 90%.
Therefore, modern, agile development teams must be aware of how to implement low-code technology into each stage of the agile development lifecycle.