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Javascript evolution has sped up (a lot) in recent years and event the most veterans developers find it hard to keep up with the latest trends. This meetup group aims to bring you monthly bite-sized updates on the world of Javascript along with a healthy dose of nice people, beer and pizza.

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JS Monthly Online #19

Online event

UPDATE. https://youtu.be/LvQy4Jmxat0

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Join us for another episode of technical tales, programming problems and slick solutions. This month we welcome back the super-knowledgeable Steve Hopkinson who's talking about managing data in Node and the excellent Pauline Nemcak who will talk about the lesser-known Visual Viewport API

Agenda:

18.00 - Welcome and community news

18.10 - Microfrontends. The what, the why and the how. Is the title

Microservices is no longer only the latest buzzword, but stands for a broad development/paradigm change to Continuous Delivery, RESTful Services and Agile Development. Teams develop independent (micro) services with a private life cycle, so that new functionality is placed in a very short space of time in production. For online services such as Netflix and Spotify this is vital to compete.

Unfortunately, this microservice architecture is only applied to backend development. For the frontend we mainly build a feature-rich browser application which ends up way to often in the creation of as a single, big frontend-monolith.

In this session Peter Eijgermans focuses on extending the concepts of microservices to the frontend world. The talk provides answers to the following questions:
What is a good Micro Frontends architecture? What are the design patterns, anti-patterns ? Why are Micro Frontends not always a silver bullet? And how do we implement a Micro Frontends in code?

19:00 - Finish

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