I don’t understand micro-frontends.
Yesterday, after coming back from the walk with my dogs, I have seen a few notifications on Twitter where people tagged me asking to share my thoughts on the thread started by Dan Abramov regarding micro-frontends:
If you are following me, you know I’m very passionate about micro-frontends and I’m working with them for a while, I’m also keeping an open mind analysing different approaches and understanding their PROs and CONs.
If you don’t follow me and you are curious about the topic from a technical point of view just check my Medium page, otherwise, there are many other resources on micro-frontends, just searching on Medium or using your favourite search engine.
I won’t be able to cover all the topics discussed in the Twitter’s thread but let’s start from the beginning and see if I can help to add a bit of context (you are going to hear this word more and more during this article😁) to the micro-frontends topic.
First of all and foremost, I’m not writing this post for blaming or attacking anyone or even for starting a social flame, I respect any point of view, sometimes I share the same point of view of other people and sometimes not, this behaviour brings on the table innovation and new ideas so I’m totally up for it.
Considering a few people mentioned my name in this is tweet started by Dan, I’d like to share my thoughts because I truly believe we can have a genuine discussion about micro-frontends with great benefits for everyone covering common questions that I receive weekly on socials, my personal email, after my presentations and so on.
Other people got in touch with me regarding the aforementioned tweet: I didn’t reply straight to the tweet because discussing an interesting topic like this one in 280 characters is really limiting and prone to be misunderstood or…