I don't understand micro-frontends
Micro-frontends are starting to get more traction thanks to the benefits they provide, like independent deployments, team autonomy, and a quick path to production. Luca Mezzalira illustrates how to structure a micro-frontend architecture and busts myths by providing concrete examples applied in the real world.
|Talk Title||I don't understand micro-frontends|
|Speakers||Luca Mezzalira (DAZN)|
|Conference||O’Reilly Software Architecture Conference|
|Conf Tag||Engineering the Future of Software|
|Location||New York, New York|
|Date||February 24-26, 2020|
Luca Mezzalira offers an overview of micro-frontend concepts and principles. You’ll learn how to structure a micro-frontend architecture, identify micro-frontends inside a project, route and communicate between micro-frontends, ensure UX consistency, optimize performance, and build and deploy. Along the way, he busts myths about the concerns raised by the community around micro-frontends, using concrete examples from his experience delivering a streaming video platform across multiple devices with hundreds of developers distributed across Europe.