Micro frontends are an architectural style that take the idea of microservices and apply them on the frontend part of (web) applications. I am talking with Ward Coessens, MengMeng Yan, and Eka Rudianto about their experience with using micro frontends.
We cover the following topics:
- Why do you need micro frontends?
- The Browser as a development platform
- How did we start with micro frontends in 2017?
- As a developer, what are your experiences with micro frontends?
- Are micro frontends visible to the user?
- How do different parts of the frontend communicate?
- What’s the relationship between micro frontends and microservices
- How does this relate to autonomous, cross-functional teams?
- How does it really work?
- Should you build you own framework?
- Should you now use micro frontends for all your web applications?
- How can you ensure a consistent design experience?
- How does an interactive component library look like?
- Where can you find more information?