Last year, Hacker Rank asked app developers to share their biggest pet peeves. The survey united over 70,000 developers with different specializations and levels of professional experience.
The top five problems that irritate senior developers were spaghetti code (64%), ghost bugs (46%), and badly written documentation (55%).
But while errors in the code are obvious problems, why does poor documentation irritate experienced developers so much?
When signing up for a project, developers receive app specifications from the client. These specifications should contain a detailed description of the app’s goals and the client’s expectations of the end result.
Now, we’re saying that specifications should be detailed, but they often aren’t, and that’s what usually causes a lot of project delays, revisions, and frustration, both for a developer and a client.
So, in order to get the result you want, you need to provide your app development team with a document that will turn a vague idea into a detailed blueprint.
This is what we’re going to talk about today as we look at how to write app specifications for a mobile app development project.Read More