Krakow, Poland, 31 May - 2 June 2023
In recent years, microservices have become extremely popular. Many organisations use this type of architecture to get around the limitations of large, monolithic backends. Although much has been written about this, many companies continue to struggle with 'monolithic frontends'.
In this session, Peter Eijgermans will describe a trend that breaks down 'front-end monoliths' into much smaller, more manageable pieces. And how this architecture can increase the effectiveness and efficiency of teams.
Finally, he focuses on creating a Micro Frontend application with React and Angular. Peter starts his talk with his adventure with a rhinoceros in Nepal. That's a monolith you'll need to defeat before moving on to Micro Frontends!
The talk provides answers to the following questions:
What is a good Micro Frontends architecture?
What are the integration approaches in the frontend ?
Why and when to use Micro Frontends?
And finally how do we implement Micro Frontends with web components and Webpack Module Federation ? (Time for live coding!)
Peter Eijgermans is a long-time software developer and an adventurous and passionate CodeSmith Frontend at Ordina Netherlands. He likes to travel around the world with his bike. Always seeking for the unexpected and unknown. For his job he tries out the latest techniques and frameworks. He loves to share his experience by speaking at conferences all over the World and writing for the Dutch Java magazine and DZone. He believes that you as the front-end developer are the spider in the web to bring the user, the team and the product together.
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