One of the tools a micro frontend platform provides is a component generator, which enables you to rapidly generate customized micro frontends and microservices to be used for your application. You can also do this via the command line.
These components are then made available to be installed in your application in a shared component repository. This enables you to reuse micro frontends across multiple projects, which will allow you to increase the rate of development in successive projects, as well as more easily build standardization into your development process.
A micro frontend platform also provides a UI interface to lay out and assemble your micro frontends into an application, portal, or website. You can pull micro frontends and microservices from the component repository, deploy them to your server cluster, and then have them wired together by the cluster infrastructure.
The ability to wire micro frontends and microservices deployed in containers together is one of the key elements that a micro frontend platform provides, the main benefit being that it simplifies the life of the enterprise on Kubernetes. The next step before the application is displayed to the end user is the compositing layer, where micro frontends are dynamically assembled together.
A micro frontend platform also comes with a web content management system so you can create web content in your application along with your micro frontends. Having a WCMS enables the non-technical members of your organization to have control over the content for your site, app, or portal without needing help from your developers.
How Entando and Veriday Can Help
When release cycles take months instead of weeks, your business is left unable to deliver modern online experiences. Development bottlenecks slow your ability to make application updates, keeping you from iterating and innovating. And outdated or clunky UX keeps you from winning customers over and retaining them.
Veriday’s experts will help you implement an end-to-end vision by creating a modern development stack for building enterprise applications using Kubernetes. Veriday is a certified partner of leading micro frontend platform, Entando. We will empower your team to rapidly build, design, and assemble applications from micro frontends, microservices, and web content.
Entando is the leading micro frontend platform for building enterprise web apps on Kubernetes.
With Entando, you can leverage the Component Generator built on JHipster to create micro frontends and assemble them onto a single page. Then reuse UI/UX components across multiple projects via the Component Repository, saving money and increasing development speed.
Begin developing on Entando today, to learn about Veriday’s suite of Micro Services and DevOps capabilities to help your enterprise build better apps, sites, and portals–faster.