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Micro Frontends Architecture

The future of frontend development

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In the last years, microservices have exploded in popularity, and many companies are using them to avoid the limitations of large, monolithic backends.

But today many companies continue to struggle with monolithic frontend codebases.

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This publication includes original articles and tips about frontend technologies.

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Luca Spezzano

Luca Spezzano

Frontend developer focused on CSS architecture of scalable and maintainable large scale projects and the development of amazing user interfaces.

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