Responsive Frontend Magic - MicroFrontend Implementation Hacks

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micro frontend
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MicroFrontends, an approach to developing web applications as a composition of features owned by different teams, has emerged as a game-changer in web development. Here are some hacks to assist your implementation:

  1. Use Framework Agnostic Components: To ensure your micro apps can operate with any framework, it's advisable to use custom elements.
class MyElement extends HTMLElement { // Your element's functionality here } customElements.define('my-element', MyElement);
  1. State Management: For managing states across micro apps, use a library like Redux. Share only necessary global state.
const store = createStore(reducer);
  1. Consistent Styling: Implement a shared style guide across teams to maintain a consistent user interface.

  2. Test Independently: Each micro app should be independently testable and deployable.

  3. Performance Check: Use Lighthouse or similar tools to measure the performance of your micro frontends.

Remember, the goal is to create a cohesive user experience while breaking up the frontend into manageable, independent parts. Happy Coding!

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