MethApp4Mob: A Methodological Approach for Mobile Applications Development
The aspects of mobile technology have introduced challenges for developers, raising the need to improve the software development methodologies traditionally used. As a result of the analysis of the state of the art, an agile methodological approach for its development is presented, consisting of 8 phases: negotiation, planning, design, implementation and alpha testing, beta testing and feedback analysis, application publication, release and maintenance, promotion, and a series of steps, good practices, principles and tools, to offer mechanisms to accompany and streamline the development process. Some validations were carried out including a exploratory study, seeking to propose a robust methodology but at the same time easy to apply in a company.
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