Users spend most of their time interacting with the front-end, and it is through the front-end that an application shapes the user's perception. Investing in a modern front-end has never been more important than before, both for users and from a developer experience approach.
Front-end innovations also affected the overall architecture of our applications. We brought the microservices concept to the front end through micro-frontends, and we started adopting the monorepo strategy to help us handle complex architectures with multiple projects. We're reviewing, once again, the server-side rendering concept, and, of course, we cannot forget about multi-platform development.
In this track, we will explore some of these topics and what's next for the front-end modern development world.
From this track
From Monorepo Mess to Monorepo Bliss: Avoiding Common Mistakes
Monorepos have been around for a while but only recently gained popularity in the frontend community. Many developers are being confronted with them now and end up overwhelmed by the terminology and tooling. What are monorepos? Is it just about code colocation?
Sr. Director of Developer Experience @Nx
Living on the Edge: Boosting Your Site's Performance with Edge Computing
Sr. Software Engineer @Netlify