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Cross-App Bundling — A Different Approach for Micro Frontends

Bundling Application code for dist versions has always been a challenge, especially in case you want to share code with several Apps or load multiple Apps on one Page.


  1. Introduction
  2. The “data flows downwards” paradigm
  3. How does importing JS modules directly into the Browser work?
  4. Is the Worker Scope supported as well?
  5. How can we achieve the same behaviour for our dist versions?




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