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Applications Instead of Libraries

In our previous post, we talked about the reasons that led us to consider a micro frontend architecture for Partner Home, the supplier portal for Wayfair. Now it’s time to dive into the details.

In this post, we’re going to talk about how we leveraged Module Federation to implement decoupled applications to improve the experience of our suppliers. An application has a frontend and backend, and it owns a complete flow within our Partner Home portal. We’ll cover how to set up host applications that consume remote ones and how we’ve built micro frontends using this pattern…




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Mario Fernández

Mario Fernández

I develop software for a living. Then I go home and I continue reading about software, because I just cannot get enough. Nowadays I work for ThoughtWorks.

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