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Micro Front End Architecture with Web Components

Submitted by ANAND GUPTA (@anand-gupta) on Tuesday, 19 March 2019

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Technical level: Intermediate

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Abstract

This session will introduce the concept of Web components which is an umbrella term for a suite of W3C specifications. In this session, we will will learn how Angular embraces this idea using Angular Elements and how we can leverage this concept for Micro Front End Architecture or Micro Apps.
This talk will demostrate how Web Components can be a unifying technology for developing truly reusable and interoperable components across web frameworks like Angular, React, Vue and Aurelia.

Outline

Micro Apps
Web Components
Angular Elements
Web Components in React, Vue, Aurelia
Demo

Speaker bio

Anand is a Full Stack Developer and Technical Lead at Credit Suisse, Singapore. He was previously the Global Delivery Lead for Credit Suisse’s FX Options Gateway for pricing and execution. He is currently helping drive technology innovations in the Wealth Management space within the organisation. Anand is a technology enthusiast with a zeal to learn new technologies. He is a
passionate about Angular, Typescript, JavaScript, C# / .NET, Python and web technology. He is also curious about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) .

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    Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer a month ago

    Anand, upload your draft slides and preview video by 15 April, latest, so that we can complete evaluation of your proposal.

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      ANAND GUPTA (@anand-gupta) Proposer a month ago

      Hi Zainab,
      Currently I do not have any slides prepared yet. I will be giving this talk at another conference in July, so i havent started preparing slides yet as inhave sufficient time for that. If you can confirm the talk, the i can prioritise this or if you want i can provide you the draft ouline of my talk that will give an idea of the scope and structure of my talk. I do not have any video and since your conference is before my other conference in July, i will not be able to provide link to that talk as well.

    • 1
      ANAND GUPTA (@anand-gupta) Proposer a month ago

      Hi Zainab,
      Currently I do not have any slides prepared yet. I will be giving this talk at another conference in July, so i havent started preparing slides yet as inhave sufficient time for that. If you can confirm the talk, the i can prioritise this or if you want i can provide you the draft ouline of my talk that will give an idea of the scope and structure of my talk. I do not have any video and since your conference is before my other conference in July, i will not be able to provide link to that talk as well.

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        Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer a month ago

        Hello Anand, our standard policy is that we need to see draft slides – where you show us the content you plan to cover, the flow of the talk and the key takeaways. We are not asking for final, prepared slides. We want to understand how you have planned the structure of the proposed talk. We don’t confirm talks without seeing draft slides and preview videos.

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        Zainab Bawa (@zainabbawa) Reviewer a month ago

        A preview video is a two-minute pitch video about the talk you plan to do, where you explain what the talk is about and why participants should attend it. Here are some sample preview videos: https://hasgeek.tv/rootconf/2015-previews

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