Micro Frontends - Breaking Monoliths


Duration: 25 mins
Bipul Kumar
Principal Software Engineer, Intuit

A Micro Frontend is a powerful architecture pattern which helps build a website or a web app as a composition of features owned by independent teams. Each team has well defined business domain that can have business roadmap independent of the others. Micro frontends share nothing from build to deploy. This enables teams to work at great speed and rollout business features as frequently as possible.

In this presentation, we will deep dive into the architecture principles, challenges to address and available frameworks to realize micro frontend promise. We will also have a brief look into how Intuit has gone about implementing Micro Frontends.

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