Micro-frontends is a modern architectural approach that divides the user interface of an application into smaller, self-contained units, each with its own distinct technology stack and development team. Each micro-frontend is responsible for rendering a specific part of the UI and can be independently deployed, updated, and scaled. This allows for greater flexibility and scalability, as well as faster development cycles. It also enables teams to use different frameworks and libraries for different parts of the application, allowing them to focus on the best tools for the job.
Remix Conf Europe 2022Remix Conf Europe 2022
23 min
Scaling Up with Remix and Micro Frontends
Do you have a large product built by many teams? Are you struggling to release often? Did your frontend turn into a massive unmaintainable monolith? If, like me, you’ve answered yes to any of those questions, this talk is for you! I’ll show you exactly how you can build a micro frontend architecture with Remix to solve those challenges.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
22 min
Monolith to Micro-Frontends
Many companies worldwide are considering adopting Micro-Frontends to improve business agility and scale, however, there are many unknowns when it comes to what the migration path looks like in practice. In this talk, I will discuss the steps required to successfully migrate a monolithic React Application into a more modular decoupled frontend architecture.
React Advanced Conference 2023React Advanced Conference 2023
20 min
Micro-Frontends With React & Vite Module Federation
From my experience one of the hardest things is to share information between microfrontends, so in this talk I would like to explain various ways on how to share a design system to ensure uniformity to the application. Another difficult thing is sharing dependencies, fortunately with module federation it can be done, but how can I use different versions of the same library and how does it work behind the scenes?
I'm the creator of module-federation/vite library, with React and this library, I'd like to show you how you can achieve these results by configuring everything correctly.
React Advanced Conference 2023React Advanced Conference 2023
24 min
“Microfrontends” for Mobile in React Native
Scaling has always been an issue in software development. Architects have been grappling to solve this problem on many layers. In the early 2000s, a concept of “micro-services” started popping up - a system could be split up by business domain into a number of smaller loosely-coupled services. 
More recently, this concept has started being adopted by the frontend community. An app could be split into multiple sub-apps, each with their own teams, technologies, and codebases. Companies like Spotify, Amazon, and Microsoft have adopted this approach and it has helped them scale even faster.
In the world of mobile development, the question arises: “Can we create Microfrontends for mobile apps?”.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
31 min
Platform Freedom with Micro-frontends
Can React and TypeScript applications run on different platforms (app shells) with minimal source code changes ? Yes !!! with the Micro-frontend strategy in Multiplying architecture. I’ll be presenting a new dimension of Micro-frontend, that paved a way to decouple the components of a larger monolithic React application using a new framework called Multiplying architecture. The framework is highly flexible and scalable for code development, also aiding the business and community.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
28 min
Using ES Modules Based Micro-Frontends to Enable Distributed Development
A look at the open source tooling created by the UI Engineering group at JP Morgan to streamline the developer workflow of building and deploying apps in isolation while still delivering a single unifying micro-frontend based portal to the end user, leveraging the use of native support for ES module imports in the browser.
React Advanced Conference 2022React Advanced Conference 2022
30 min
Adopting Micro-Frontends Without Micro-Frontends
Micro-frontends help break up monolithic front-end applications into independently deployable loosely-coupled apps. This architecture helps us scale projects as an organisation scales, however it's also an increase in complexity. How can we leverage this architecture without having to face its upfront cost? In this talk, I'll show some of the risks associated with micro-frontends, and what patterns and libraries we can use to benefit from this architectural style without going full-on micro-frontends.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
23 min
Sharing is Caring: (How) Should Micro Frontends Share State?
Micro frontends architecture is extremely powerful when it comes to splitting large frontend monoliths into smaller, individually deployable blocks, each is owned by an autonomous team and is focused on a business domain. But what about State? We are often told that micro frontends shouldn't share state, as this would make them coupled to each other. However, when it comes to complex UIs, it is not rare to encounter scenarios where state management between micro frontends is necessary. This talk is about finding the sweet spot — In which scenarios it is reasonable for micro frontends to share State? and how should micro frontends share State while remaining decoupled of each other? We discuss
compare different solutions in React.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
25 min
React Microfrontend Applications for TVs and Game Consoles
DAZN is the fastest-growing sports streaming service and during this talk, we will consider our experience building tv applications (for ps5, xbox, LG, Samsung and other targets) with micro frontend architecture. You may expect time travel to see how it started and what we have at the moment, what makes tv development different compared to the web, same as techniques that allow us to share code between targets. You will learn how we test our application with an in-house remote testing lab as well as our deployment and release process.
React Summit 2022React Summit 2022
7 min
Keeping Sane with React Micro-Frontends in Production by Applying Observability
Teams are getting bigger by applying micro-frontends using React, but complexity tracking production issues can become extremely confusing when no clear responsibilities are met. That’s when observability for teams and applications on a scale becomes even more important, in order to be able to identify potential issues in production, separate the concerns and the responsibilities among them. In this presentation we’ll learn how we can achieve this.
DevOps.js Conf 2022DevOps.js Conf 2022
24 min
Observability for Microfrontends
Teams are getting bigger and bigger following the micro-frontends architecture. Observability for teams on a scale becomes even more important in order not only to be able to identify potential issues in the runtime, but also separating the responsibilities. In this presentation we’ll learn how this can achieved.

React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
25 min
How Hopin is Moving 10x Faster: Microfrontends at Scale
Hopin is the fastest-growing startup in the world. Many engineers join every month. Companies with different technologies are acquired every other month. It brings many challenges to our front-end architecture. In this talk I'll explain how we're breaking up our React monoliths and enabling interoperability using multiple React trees and reactive variables.

React Advanced Conference 2021React Advanced Conference 2021
27 min
Micro-Frontends Performance and Centralised Data Caching
ommon myths about Micro-Frontends hold that they are bad for performance or that developers implementing this architectural style don’t care about the performance implications because they are focusing on fixing the developer experience and organizational issues rather than focusing on the user experience, however, the reality is altogether different. Micro-Frontends are not inheritably bad for performance and, as is often the case in software development, making best use of the technology depends on correct implementation. This talk will demonstrate how Micro-Frontends can make your applications faster and more resilient while keeping the benefits of independent deployments.

Node Congress 2021Node Congress 2021
28 min
The Micro-Frontend Revolution at Amex
How do you scale a web application to be developed thousands of engineers and upgrade it to use the latest Javascript technologies (Nodejs + React)? The answer is, using Micro-Frontends!
American Express is a pioneer in the usage of this architecture using it in production since 2016 and transforming the face of a website used millions of users worldwide.