Microservices on the front-end - Building front-end apps that scale

Published on November 21, 2018 in Front-end, architecture · Read time 9 minutes

Overview This post details a presentation I gave at my local Manchester Web Meetup on 21st November 2018 at The Hut Group in Media City, Salford, UK. Below are the accompanying notes I wrote that acted as a rough speaking guide, and may or may not have been spoken during the event itself. Who am I? Developer at RC, this is where I have learnt about frontend microservice architecture I like to experiment with new ideas, and I make available what I can through my public GitHub repo I have decided to start speaking at events like this one more often so that I can give back to the community that has given me so much over the years If you do have any feedback or suggestions on how I can improve, please feel free to let me know. I’m most likely to respond if you email me. Overview of tonight’s talk Discuss what microservice architecture is and how the paradigm can be applied to the frontend Discuss the details around the of the code, the tooling, the project structure etc Hopefully learn enough to be able to go implement this pattern in our own repositories We will touch on state management and how we tackled the issue of sharing state at RC RC Screenshot 1 This is the website I work…