Initial steps

Updated on 30 Mar 2023

Knowledge transfer

One of the first steps after purchasing the source code is to equip your development team with the necessary knowledge and expertise. This process involves a comprehensive knowledge transfer from the experienced team to your developers. This collaboration ensures that your team is well-versed in the intricacies of e-wallet development, as well as the best practices and tools required to start working with the source code. 

Setting up the infrastructure and services

Before diving into the actual development, it’s crucial to establish a robust and scalable infrastructure. This step involves configuring various environments, such as development, pre-production, and production, to ensure a smooth and efficient development process. It also involves setting up services that will aid in the deployment, monitoring, and maintenance of your e-wallet platform. By taking the time to configure these components correctly, you’ll create a strong foundation for the success of your e-wallet platform.

Source code deployment

Once your team has acquired the necessary knowledge and your infrastructure is in place, the next step is to deploy the source code to the development environment. This process involves transferring the base code, libraries, and dependencies to the development environment, allowing your team to begin the customization and integration process.