I had a curious question for the developers of this community:
What are your general practices when it comes to coding?
I know that I generally follow a process of “minimum viable product” when I code.
For those unaware or are interested, a “minimum viable product” or “MVP” for short is the barebones essential release of a product. It does not look pretty and probably does not have every last functional piece of interactivity, but it completes the main goal.
In future iterations of the product, I would slowly add more and more features to match what my end product should be. Right now, all I want is a “proof of concept” that this idea of mine works.
Do any of you follow this model? Or do you take just a “trial and error approach”? Any suggestions for those who are new to coding and want to start establishing good habits?