Micro Frontends in Action (Manning)
Wednesday, 04 November 2020

This book shows how to simplify developing frontends by composing them from small, well-defined units. Michael Geers describes the micro frontends approach to designing your web apps as systems of features to benefit from faster feature development, easier upgrades, and the ability to pick and choose the technology you use in your stack. He starts with the core micro frontend design ideas and works through building an e-commerce application, working through practical issues like server-side and client-side composition, routing, and maintaining a consistent look and feel.

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Author: Michael GeersPublisher: Manning Date: October 2020
Pages: 296
ISBN: 978-1617296871 Print: 1617296872
Audience: JavaScript developers
Level: Intermediate
Category: JavaScript

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  • Create a unified frontend from independent applications
  • Combine JavaScript code from multiple frameworks
  • Browser and server-side composition and routing
  • Implement effective dev teams and project workflow

 

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