If you are reading this blog post, there is a good chance that either your work or the software engineering process, in general, has become less productive.
The Problem: The industry is constantly evolving, and most companies have adopted agile development processes which require an efficient workflow for all team members. With modern technology improving day by day, managing the massive amount of software tools and frameworks is becoming more complicated.
Constant changes in technology:
The constant change is taking place in many parts of technology; new languages, libraries and development paradigms are appearing every day – which is excellent! However, it leaves us confused about what tool or framework we should use to solve a problem with the best productivity and quality.
The Solution: In this blog post, you will show how to set up a highly productive and efficient workflow for your software engineering tasks using different tools and frameworks. You can easily apply these steps to solve common problems with any language or library by changing the examples given in this article.
Step 1: Define Your Goal
We all know the importance of defining our goal before starting any task. If you can’t define your goal, it’s very likely that you will get lost in the middle of the process and may even start to work on irrelevant tasks.
Defining our goal is not a one-time action but should be ongoing throughout the workflow. One of the main goals of this post is to show how to set up an efficient software engineering workflow using different tools and frameworks.
Step 2: Define Requirements Of The Goal
In this step, you should define the requirements of your goal. If we take an example of “building a web application” as our goal, then some requirements would be – it should work on multiple browsers and devices with good performance etc.
These are just examples; different goals might have completely different sets or combinations of requirements, so they need to be defined before starting any project. Then, we should evaluate the different libraries and tools available to find out which one best fits our requirements.
Evaluate Libraries & Tools:
Take some time to define your goal, its requirements, and what tools or frameworks to use to solve the problem. Then start evaluating different libraries or tools that might match those sets of requirements based on their popularity, GitHub stars, or Stack Overflow questions.
Step Requirements: Evaluate different libraries and tools that might match your requirements based on their popularity, Github stars, Stack Overflow Questions etc.
One of the most popular frameworks is Angular js which has about 130k+ stack overflow questions & 17 million+ monthly visits to its documentation website.
Step 3: Define Your Flow
This is a very important point in a software engineering workflow.
In this step, you should define how your application will be used and the steps to achieve your goal. If our goal is to build a web application, we need to know what domains it should work on, how users can log in, what kind of feedback they get after logging in, etc.
Step 4: Select A Programming Language
Choosing a programming language is an important decision which you need to make before starting development. It greatly influences the performance, compatibility and costs of your project. Our goal in this post is not limited to building web applications only; it should also work on multiple platforms with good performance etc., so selecting a proper language is tricky.
Step 5: Select A Framework For Your Language
It’s now time to choose the appropriate framework for developing web applications using your chosen programming language. Many frameworks are available that solve our problems and provide different sets of out-of-the-box features depending on what type of application we are building.
Conclusion: It requires a lot of effort to set up an efficient workflow, but it is well worth the time because high productivity will help you achieve goals faster. The technologies and platforms are always changing, so make sure your team members are up to speed by keeping up with the latest industry trends. New skills can also be acquired through online courses or self-study – which broadens their knowledge base for better results!