MVP (Minimum Viable Product) Part-2

MVP (Minimum Viable Product) Part-2

Part-1 of MVP (Minimum Viable Product)

 Some time back my team have developed an app that have an immense effect that lead to better development of product. After the market analysis we realized that building the lite version of product had caught the market, we targeted the higher version of product that have raised the funding of product.

Mislead about MVP

Some of the folks really misinterpret the term and focus only on the former part pf definition. They skip the rest part of think of something else. For some MVP are bit sloppy or grim representation.

Releasing of half made product is not an MVP. It is tragic, or counter production.

Get your hands on most tech-freak development process to make things work out in an easy and descriptive manner.

The main purpose of MVP is to test the idea and need to get the correct learning through minimum resources.

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Some example of MVP

FACEBOOK

Before coming into picture Facebook had developed an initial model and it had been released in market. Within short time span it had attracted customer towards it and set a base for developing whole product with maximum features.

Initially Facebook had very basic features and a simple format as a social media network. As time passed Facebook had increased with technology features. All that worked had made possible through the concept of MVP.

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GOOGLE

When it comes to tech giant Google all that I will say is “Beyond Imagination”. Anyone had ever thought that this basic concept will built such an organization that will spread all over the Globe. It was just a search engine to crawl on web pages. It is designed in HTML just part of research purpose. Now you all know what google is capable of.

Pros of MVP

-Reusability: It refers to reuse the code both for model purpose and logical purpose that is business logic implementation.

-Adaptability: A better design won’t need further changes and on the other hand it always welcomes the changes required.

-Layered Architecture: It separate the data access from another layer as well.

-Test Driven Event: Here you can test each module separately as it is built.

 Cons of MVP

  • -Not for small project
  • -Highly Complex
  • -Developer need to adapt the changing technology
  • -Requires experience and extra effort to implement right thing at right place

 The main point of MVP (Minimum Viable Product) is to sell the concept to market, not to scare away the people. The reality behind this concept is to present the overall business working in few steps. It is quite simple and descriptive in terms of visualization of product before actual development.

 Conclusion

As it is said, you don’t need to be scared to make your dreams come true.

 It’s supposed to be automatic, but actually you have to push this button.

-John Brunner

Also Read- MVP (Minimum Viable Product) Part- 1

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Published By- Abhay Deep Rana ( Business Developer)