Uncomplicate your app with
micro-frontend technology

Switch to micro frontend architecture with Eteva and make
your life easier.

Home / Services / Micro Frontend Development

Micro Frontend Architecture

line

Micro-frontend architecture is made up of small, self-contained independent services that focus on a specific business function. Micro frontend architecture frameworks are used frequently to develop web applications. Micro-frontends use microservice principles to develop frontend applications. Consider a typical front-end app development scenario. Eteva helps you in independently building and deploying smaller front-end applications. They are then combined together by a larger container application which enables the retrieval, display, and integration of all the smaller applications. From a user’s perspective, you only interact with one application, but in reality, several independent applications come together to make the magic happen.

Features

Development Agility

Technological Freedom

Targeted, Independent Deployment

Manageable Blocks

Autonomous Business Units

Features

Development Agility

Technological Freedom

Targeted, Independent Deployment

Manageable Blocks

Autonomous Business Units

Benefits

Continuous Deployment

With Eteva’s continuous deployment strategy, the software release process is streamlined. Once the code passes the automated testing phase to validate the viability and stability of its codebase, it is automatically deployed to the production environment. This reduces your software release cycle time and decreases the number of errors. Eteva automates the deployment process from start to finish, allowing your business to focus on core needs.

Flexible Technology Options

With greater autonomy within and among teams, they now have the flexibility and freedom to choose technologies independently. For example, if your billing team develops its micro app using Angular, this will not affect the other teams. They are free to choose a methodology that suits their needs the best.

Scalable Development

All micro-frontend teams are designed to be small and manageable. They can easily operate without disturbing other services. The greatest benefit of this team size is that it lets you scale development quickly by whipping up a new team every time you want to deliver an added frontend functionality.

Easy Maintenance

Small and specialized frontend repositories make room for better understanding and simplification of maintenance and testing rituals in the long run. For example, changing an interaction located on a monolith frontend would typically require isolating the location and associated dependencies. But when you are dealing with smaller codebases, these kinds of operations are simplified to a great extent.

Benefits

Continuous Deployment

With Eteva’s continuous deployment strategy, the software release process is streamlined. Once the code passes the automated testing phase to validate the viability and stability of its codebase, it is automatically deployed to the production environment. This reduces your software release cycle time and decreases the number of errors. Eteva automates the deployment process from start to finish, allowing your business to focus on core needs.

Flexible Technology Options

With greater autonomy within and among teams, they now have the flexibility and freedom to choose technologies independently. For example, if your billing team develops its micro app using Angular, this will not affect the other teams. They are free to choose a methodology that suits their needs the best.

Scalable Development

All micro-frontend teams are designed to be small and manageable. They can easily operate without disturbing other services. The greatest benefit of this team size is that it lets you scale development quickly by whipping up a new team every time you want to deliver an added frontend functionality.

Easy Maintenance

Small and specialized frontend repositories make room for better understanding and simplification of maintenance and testing rituals in the long run. For example, changing an interaction located on a monolith frontend would typically require isolating the location and associated dependencies. But when you are dealing with smaller codebases, these kinds of operations are simplified to a great extent.

Our Clients

Tell us how can we help you?

Work with us to innovate, differentiate and achieve desired results.