Micro frontends, in practice
“Microfrontends” is a hot topic nowadays. Since front-end projects become big and feature-rich, as the codebase gets bigger, tooling and organization are essential for a successful project.
As our application grows, it becomes harder to keep up the pace.
Polyglot front-ends approach enables us to keep existing modules intact, written in their stack. The polyglot front-end approach let us run one application written in several technologies, every module has its build chain and tools, and even developed by different teams.
In the last year, I have managed to successfully implement a production-grade polyglot...
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