Microfrontends: the good, the bad and the ugly
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English
Level
Intermediate
Length
48 minutes
Type
webinar
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JavaScript • October 2018
Microfrontends: the good, the bad and the ugly
In the past decade the frontend ecosystem evolved rapidly thanks to Javascript adoption in any industry and the proliferation of frameworks and libraries that are powering this amazing ecosystem. This fast growth contribute to explore new horizons on the architecture side as well, in particular because the projects are becoming more complex and sophisticated, multiple teams are working to the same codebase and we need to find a way to work with distributed teams on large applications. Due to those strong requirements and many others, the frontend world researched ways for achieving the same promise provided by Microservices that are now a consolidate approach for the backend layer and they found out that many of the principles behind them are applicable to frontend application as well. During this session we are going to introduce Microfrontends, their principles, benefits, challenges and potential implementations. We are at the beginning of a new and exciting journey, Microfrontends could have the same impact that Microservices had for the backend ecosystem, don't miss the opportunity to discover new tools to add to your belt!
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Luca Mezzalira
VP of ArchitectureDAZN
I’m the VP of Architecture at DAZN, a Google Developer Expert on Web Technologies, an international speaker and an O'Reilly author. I had the chance to work on cutting-edge projects for mobile, desktop, web, TVs, set top boxes and embedded devices. I am currently working at DAZN, a sports video platform based on the cloud with millions of users that are watching live and on-demand contents. I'm the author of Front-End Reactive Architectures (APress 2018) and Building Micro-Frontends (O'Reilly 2021).
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Language
English
Level
Intermediate
Length
48 minutes
Type
webinar
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