Applying MVP Principles when Developing Mobile Health Applications: An Exploratory Study on Selected mobile Applications and their Version History

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Göteborgs universitet/Institutionen för data- och informationsteknik

Sammanfattning: In an ever evolving and highly competitive mobilehealth application market, software developers and companiesface the daunting challenge to streamline their developmentmethods to be able to obtain and correctly interpret customerdemands, in order to reduce wasted resources and reevaluate andimprove their products to stay competitive within this volatileindustry. This exploratory case study aims at identifying howmHealth developers deploy their products by applying buildmeasure-learn principles and how frequently a new minimumviable-product is released; along with analyzing which factors thattriggers the continuous development of their products, if anysignificant amount of changes are driven by user-experienceissues, stability enhancements, legislative requirements,compatibility demands or emerging technological possibilitiesproviding opportunities for extended functionality; as well asinvestigating which basic functionality that should be consideredvital to implement in an initial version of a minimum-viableproductin this field.

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