Micro Frontends Conference

Micro Frontends Conference

Improving front-end architecture practices.

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Accepting submissions till 06 Jan 2022, 11:00 PM

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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Pramod R Hegde

Isolated Component Testing for Micro Frontends

Submitted Dec 21, 2021

Who doesn’t want to reduce their release validation times from days to hours? Micro Frontends aren’t an exception either. In this session, we will take you through a journey at PayPal Credit development organization, on how we adopted the Isolated Component Testing to test our Micro Frontends and how it has dramatically reduced the release validation times and increased the developer happiness factor.

Key takeaways from the session

  • What is Isolated Component Testing (ICT) and how it is different from
    traditional unit and functional testing.
  • How ICT can significantly reduce the release validation times of
    Micro Frontends.
  • Ability of the ICT to test error scenarios in which can’t be tested
    in integrated environment.
  • How ICT can reduce the FCI and total bug counts in the production
    environment.
  • Last but not the least, sneak peek into the PayPal credit team’s
    journey with ICT and how it has dramatically increased the developer
    and QA team efficiency with our feature releases, which we do a lot
    of!

About speaker
Pramod Hegde - Lead Frontend Engineer at Global Merchant Lending team PayPal. Global Merchant Lending suite of products, part of PayPal Credit, provides millions of small businesses around the world quick and easy access to capital, boosting their liquidity.

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Make a submission

Accepting submissions till 06 Jan 2022, 11:00 PM

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JSFoo is a forum for discussing UI engineering; fullstack development; web applications engineering, performance, security and design; accessibility; and latest developments in #JavaScript. Follow JSFoo on Twitter more

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