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Based on the results of our analysis, we know that the project scope needs to be defined and refined in collaboration with the end users. The next step is to finalize the comprehensive proposal by fixing the necessary technologies and dependencies.
Wireframing and Designing
The Target user interface and flowcharts are drawn out first. The next step is to create sketches and wireframes for real-time feedback during development.
Starting with a wireframe for each screen, we move on to creating a prototype of the App and, eventually, a polished final version of the App's design.
Programming and Development
Programming the application is the first step; the following steps are separating the code into modules that may run in parallel, constructing a front-end and a back-end, designing the database, and keeping track of any changing requirements. Because original HTML coding is vital for a website to be functional and versatile, we prioritize developing our own. An analysis of the static site will be able to tell us whether we are heading in the right direction. We will continue developing the content management system if everything looks in order. Once it has been completed to the highest possible standard, we will begin adding the client's content.
Testing and debugging
We will then proceed to identify test types and develop test cases. Then we'll move on to usability and performance testing and security and compliance testing. Finally, final bug testing will be performed. Before we go live, we will double-check everything necessary.
Deployment and Maintenance
The very last step will involve installing the project on the server. After that, we'll make it available to end users and evaluate the responses and comments they provide. After this, we will devise a plan for ongoing maintenance and perform an update regarding version control.