JSFoo 2017

JSFoo is a conference about JavaScript and everything related.


Divide and Conquer Large applications using modules and angular 4

Submitted by Somil Kumar (@somilkumar) on Thursday, 13 July 2017

Section: Full Talk Technical level: Intermediate Status: Awaiting details


This talk will go into the challenges of building a set of applications that supports business in any domain and are being used by internal players and customers that are providers to the business Like for example Purchasing system, CRM , and many others.
This talk will walkthrough in building large application with divided modular approach using angular 4 and challenges while building the same.


Will cover how
-> we build our existing console at redmart that has around 12 applications and each of them maintained by independent teams. -> how we are leveraging build pipeline to test each of it independtly and with the same. -> how we transitioned to new angular 4 and reason of choosing the same. -> how we are now still developing independently applications and adding user authentication , role management and redux data layer on top of it. -> Gotchas while doing so.

Slides mentioned below is not one will be presented but covering few things mentioned above
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1sbtiBFdmB6F9Xr2yutS6zWnNvbrrjP3XI-ugZk4–DE/edit?usp=sharing ( Final slide in making )

Speaker bio

Professionly i am senior UI engineer at Redmart Pvt
I like to build robust extensible systems and have a eye for the best UX.
and i am platform agnoistic so my talks are about best use case scenario not about biased favourite libraries.


  •   Sandhya Ramesh (@sandhyaramesh) 2 years ago

    Hi Somil, to evaluate your proposal, we also need a two minute video of you explaining the talk. Please submit that as well on this proposal. Thank you!

  •   Somil Kumar (@somilkumar) Proposer 2 years ago

    Hi Sandhya ,
    Yes, sure I will be forwarding the same by tomorrow ( 25th July ), as I am in midst of traveling.
    Thank you

Login with Twitter or Google to leave a comment