From the first whiteboarding session to its launch, every product has a life cycle.
When you understand your application's life cycle, you can better anticipate your application's future needs and how specific life cycle stages may impact its performance and structure.
In this series of articles, we'll focus on the following stages of product development:
|Developing||This stage involves designing and creating your product, including researching, prototyping, and testing.|
|Launching||In this stage, your product is introduced to the market and gets its first client.|
|Scaling||In this stage, the focus shifts towards expanding production capacity and optimizing processes to meet increasing demand.|
|Maintaining||This stage involves ongoing support, updates, and improvements to maintain the product's functionality, quality, and customer satisfaction.|
This article is part of a series. We have a Learning Center article for each stage in the product life cycle:
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