How we work
Agile scrum project management
Over the past 10 years, Scrum has become increasingly prevalent in software development because it creates a method to successfully cope with loosely defined and constantly changing requirements.
Agile Scrum is an iterative software development methodology specifically designed to build products faster. Agile Scrum uses short pre-defined development cycles (called sprints or cycles), with each cycle resulting in potentially shippable functionality delivered.
Wireframing and prototyping
Our process puts special emphasis on wireframing and prototyping. We consider this core process as one of our strengths of the software development life cycle. Before any project development, our engineers do a proper wireframing of the project using various advanced tools like Balsamiq. The client is presented with an illustrative wireframe allowing for evaluation and modifications. Wireframing immensely improves the ability of the client to clearly understand the planned features and functions before code is even written. Once approved by the client, the development work begins.
Our SDLC involves a number of steps; requirements gathering, project planning, proper wireframing, development, unit testing, system integration testing, thorough QA testing, user acceptance testing and finally product launch.
We leverage existing platforms like Soap UI and SolidWorks to rapidly develop prototypes of your product. We will cost-effectively prototype on breadboards or develop prototypes with custom PCB’s and 3D printed cases so your prototype looks like the final product. We strive to engineer prototypes so the code and schematics can be used in the final product. The money you spend on developing your prototype does not go to waste.
An integral part of our development process is a specialized QA testing service. Every product prior to launch is thoroughly tested with a dedicated QA team.
TIU testing process
Our testing process for every project begins at the kick-off meeting. At this point a dedicated testing team is assigned to work side-by-side with the development team to the completion of the project.
Each product goes through with the following minimal tests:
Functional Tests – To ensure that software performs as per the customer’s requirements.
Usability Tests – To make sure the developed solution is user-friendly.
Regression Tests – To make sure that he new changes doesn’t don’t impact the existing functionalities.
Defect Analysis – To track and analyze existing and projected defects throughout phases of software development and even after release.
Performance Tests – Evaluate multiple components to assess the stability of a user environment to ensure that application/system interactions provide a stable user interface Performance tests evaluate multiple components to assess the stability of a user environment.
Responsiveness Testing - All web applications are monitored for any changes, images or cache memory that can affect the loading and speed of a site.
Multi-Platform Testing - different physical devices which include but not limited to Apple iPhone and iPad, Androidphones and tablets, Windows and Mac environments etc.
Browser Testing - Use of various browser emulators like BrowserStack are used to test functioning in the popular OS and browsers