Is your frontend project suffering from too many cooks in the kitchen? Is deployment mind-numbingly slow? Are you becoming locked into an obsolete technology stack? You might need micro frontends and module federation.
Do you use the Module Federation plugin in your Angular project? If your project dynamically consumes large federated code chunks from a remote container, you risk having downtime in your remote server or having lags when you navigate between routes. If so, you should use Angular service workers to cache and serve your federated code.
Web applications can grow in size and complexity over time, making the addition of new features difficult. Micro Frontend architecture helps with scaling and bundle size and allows multiple teams to develop and deploy different parts of the app. Webpack 5 offers the Module Federation Plugin that lets you create multiple separate builds without dependencies between each other so they can be developed and deployed individually.