Voxxed Days Melbourne 2019
from Monday 13 May to Tuesday 14 May 2019.
Cam Jackson is a full-stack web developer and consultant, with a particular interest in how large organisations scale their frontend development process and practices. He has worked with several clients across multiple industries and countries, helping them to deliver web applications efficiently and effectively.
See also https://camjackson.net
In recent years, we've seen an explosion in the use of micro services to avoid the limitations of backend monoliths, but many organisations continue to struggle with large, monolithic frontend codebases. In this talk, we'll explore how to break up a web application into decoupled micro frontends, and how such an architecture can improve delivery quality and efficiency.
In particular, we'll look at real-world examples to see how this approach makes it easier to: - upgrade frontend code incrementally, enabling evolution of both the technology stack and the user experience of your applications - scale your frontend development practices so that several teams can work on one application without excessive coordination - break down big, scary, complex applications into smaller, simpler, more digestible pieces