Agile software development is supported by a number of concrete practices, covering areas like requirements, design, modeling, coding, testing, planning, risk management, process, quality, etc. Some notable agile software development practices include:
Flexible development methodology (AGILE) – the methodology, based on the iterative method, whose conditions and solutions develop with the help of collaborative work of the self-organized and cross-functional teams. Agile methods help to make the project management process more organized.
As per statistics, it is the flexibility of agile that makes it 37% faster and 16% more productive than the conventional project development model. Agile does not follow the sequential execution mode of SDLC, neither it delivers the final product at the end of the project.