#micro-frontends

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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.
JSNation Live 2021JSNation Live 2021
113 min
Micro Frontends with Module Federation and React
Workshop
Did you ever work in a monolithic Next.js app? I did and scaling a large React app so that many teams can work simultaneously is not easy. With micro frontends you can break up a frontend monolith into smaller pieces so that each team can build and deploy independently. In this workshop you'll learn how to build large React apps that scale using micro frontends.


JSNation Live 2021JSNation Live 2021
113 min
Micro-Frontends with Module Federation and Angular
Workshop
Ever more companies are choosing Micro-Frontends. However, they are anything but easy to implement. Fortunately, Module Federation introduced with webpack 5 has initiated a crucial change of direction.
In this interactive workshop, you will learn from Manfred Steyer -- Angular GDE and Trusted Collaborator in the Angular team -- how to plan and implement Micro-Frontend architectures with Angular and the brand new webpack Module Federation. We talk about sharing libraries and advanced concepts like dealing with version mismatches, dynamic Module Federation, and integration into monorepos.
After the individual exercises, you will have a case study you can use as a template for your projects. This workshop helps you evaluate the individual options for your projects.
Prerequisites
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You should have some experience with Angular.