Micro Frontends Conference

Micro Frontends Conference

Improving front-end architecture practices.

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Micro Frontends (MFEs) is quite a popular term in the frontend community. At times, it is also an over-used term. There are multiple schools of thought in the community, ranging from why MFE are the best suited for architecture for frontend development, to why MFE is a huge mistake.

Like all things in software development, the answer to “Is Microfrontends right for me?” is … it depends. In this conference, we will unpack the various elements of MFEs, and hear about the joys and pains from people who have built MFEs.

JSFoo track on MFEs is curated by Vinci Rufus, VP of Technology at Publicis Sapient.

Key takeaways:

- Better understanding of what MFEs really mean.
- Tools and tech stacks that are commonly used for building MFEs.
- Connect with some of thought leaders in the MFE space.

Who should attend:

- Frontend engineers building web apps on modern Javascript frameworks.
- Mid to senior developers building large scale applications.
- Senior Architects, CIOs and CTOs at startups and product companies who are evaluating using MFEs.

Who should speak:

We seek experiential and deep dive technology talks from individuals who are architects or frontend leads, who are either exploring or have built and deployed applications on a micro frontends architecture. See submission guidelines at https://hasgeek.com/jsfoo/microfrontends-conf/sub

Schedule: https://hasgeek.com/jsfoo/microfrontends-conf/schedule/

Contact information:

For inquiries about speaking or participating in the conference, post a comment at https://hasgeek.com/jsfoo/microfrontends-conf/comments
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Upendra Dev Singh


Breaking Monolith into Micro-Frontends

Submitted Dec 13, 2021

If you are working for a hyper growth startup and willing to break a monolithic Frontend application into micro-frontends. You have already made several failed attempts to execute your plans. You are feeling overwhelmed with your experience so far.

Let me tell you that don’t worry; you are not alone. It’s very common. It’s extremely difficult to get enough time to execute your re-architecture plans in a fast paced environment where shipping features are absolute priorities.

In my talk, I am going to share my team’s experiences about the challenges we faced, the obstacles we came across and the solutions we devised to navigate through these. Along with the technical details, I am going to share leadership aspects of our solutions. It was very important for us to create the right environments for the team to be successful with this initiative.

About The Author
Upendra Dev Singh is a VP Engineering at ixigo. He is a passionate UI Engineer himself; and has been involved in various web applications re-architectures.
He has vast experience in building and re-building web apps.



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Ruben Casas

The DRY Principle and Micro-Frontends

A common Micro-Frontend myth is that they are all about reuse, and while a modular architecture, well defined boundires and individual components can aid reuse, it could also become a bottle neck and couple your applications, the complete opposite result of what MFes are trying to solve. more

20 Dec 2021