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Micro Frontends in Action: state management

 
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Hi Michael,

Is there any example like state management on the server-side?
Similar to a state machine?

I understand by decoupling the micro-frontend should be necessary, in particular, with complex workflows.

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German

 
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Hi German,

You usually try to make individual micro frontends as self contained as possible. Similar to the advice that microservices shouldn't share a database its common practice for micro frontends to not work on the same state.

If your system boundaries are use-case based you shouldn't need an overarching state management or orchestration layer. We try to slice our systems in a way that e.g. a transaction like a checkout flow is confined in one system and not distributed.

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