Scalable UI Architecture - MicroFrontend Scalability Hacks

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micro frontend

Micro Frontend architecture helps in developing highly scalable and maintainable applications. Here are some hacks.

1. Component Sharing: Use a design system to share components across teams. This improves consistency and reduces code duplication.

// React component export const Button = ({ children, onClick }) => ( <button onClick={onClick}>{children}</button> );

2. Lazy Loading: Load components only when needed, reducing the initial load time.

// React.lazy for code-splitting const OtherComponent = React.lazy(() => import('./OtherComponent'));

3. State Management: Use a global state management solution like Redux to share state across micro frontends.

// Redux store import { createStore } from 'redux'; const store = createStore(reducer);

4. Continuous Deployment: Automate the deployment process. This ensures that each team can deploy their changes independently.

# CI/CD command git push origin main && npm run deploy

Remember, the key to scalability is maintaining small, autonomous teams and codebases. Happy coding!

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