Agile Frontend Solutions - MicroFrontend Optimization Hacks


MicroFrontend frameworks offer a great platform for building scalable and maintainable web applications. Here are a few optimization hacks.

1. Lazy Loading: Lazy load components to speed up initial load times.

import React, { lazy, Suspense } from 'react'; const LazyComponent = lazy(() => import('./Component')); function MyComponent() { return ( <Suspense fallback={<div>Loading...</div>}> <LazyComponent /> </Suspense> ); }

2. Code Splitting: Use webpack's SplitChunksPlugin to split your code into smaller chunks.

module.exports = { optimization: { splitChunks: { chunks: 'all', }, }, };

3. Minimize HTTP Requests: Bundle assets together to reduce HTTP requests.

4. Use Server-Side Rendering (SSR): SSR can improve the SEO and initial load time of your application.

Remember, a well-optimized MicroFrontend application will significantly improve the user experience. Happy coding!

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