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phases of hokuapps

Phases Of HokuApps

Rapid Application Development (RAD) Model

the rapid application development model

The Rapid Application Development Model

  • The overwhelming preference for the rapid application development model(RADM) when it comes to the creation of high-quality business and customer apps is self-explanatory.
  • Not only are apps that are made using RAD Model are conducive to higher productivity, but they are also built, tested, and deployed in considerably less time.
  • The reason the RAD Model works so well is the approach towards breaking a project into a number of phases that turns app development into an exact, scientific methodology geared for speed and profitability.
phase one requirements planning

Phase One: Requirements Planning

  • This phase requires developers to identify and understand the following:
  • Overarching business strategy of the company
  • Issues that may arise in app development due to the existing software infrastructure
  • Business processes that the app must be designed to execute
  • This is usually done with Joint Requirements Planning (JRP) workshops which invite collaboration between IT and business executives.
phase two user design

Phase Two: User Design

  • This phase is for developers to explore business activities concerned with app development. This usually entails the following:
  • Analyzing relevant data
  • Conceptualizing a structure that is a combination of automates and manual operability
  • Generate a procedure that is in alignment with the particular scenario
  • Create a wo rk plan to implement the above
  • This part of the RADM usually makes use of Joint Application Design workshops with analyzing the business process and data and ends with crafting a comprehensive system area model.
phase three rapid construction

Phase Three: Rapid Construction

  • For this phase, the RADM works on developing and testing software needed to initiate app creation in a way that achieves optimal performance. The following are most significant:
  • Finishing the system design that has begun to be created in the previous phase
  • Testing and finalizing the infrastructure necessary for the project, including workspace and workstations for developers
  • Creating documentation for operating the system
  • Generating relevant testing data to verify the capacities of the system
  • Producing a methodology for the transition of the application to production status
phase four transition

Phase Four: Transition

  • The final phase is concerned with shifting the application prototype into production lines. It involves the following:
  • Installing a production mechanism which causes minimal disruption to everyday business undertaking
  • Enhance the effectiveness of the aforementioned undertakings
  • Discerning possibilities for future improvements
  • Training users to operate the system before the app goes into production