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Zack Jackson

Principal Engineer of Web @ Lululemon. Specializing in Webpack, React at Scale, and Javascript Orchestration

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8 March 202010 min read
Webpack 5 Module Federation: A game-changer in JavaScript architecture

Module federation allows a JavaScript application to dynamically run code from another bundle/build, on both client and server. This is the JavaScript bundler equivalent of what Apollo did with GraphQL. > A scalable solution to sharing code between independent applications has never been convenient, and near impossible at scale. The closest we had was externals or DLLPlugin, forcing centralized dependency on a external file. It was a hassle to share code, the separate applications were not tru

webpackpost
8 March 202010 min read
Webpack 5 Module Federation: A game-changer in JavaScript architecture

Module federation allows a JavaScript application to dynamically run code from another bundle/build, on both client and server. This is the JavaScript bundler equivalent of what Apollo did with GraphQL. > A scalable solution to sharing code between independent applications has never been convenient, and near impossible at scale. The closest we had was externals or DLLPlugin, forcing centralized dependency on a external file. It was a hassle to share code, the separate applications were not tru

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webpackpostWebpack 5 Module Federation: A game-changer in JavaScript architecture

8 March 2020

10 min read

Module federation allows a JavaScript application to dynamically run code from another bundle/build, on both client and server. This is the JavaScript bundler equivalent of what Apollo did with GraphQL. > A scalable solution to sharing code between independent applications has never been convenient, and near impossible at scale. The closest we had was externals or DLLPlugin, forcing centralized dependency on a external file. It was a hassle to share code, the separate applications were not tru

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