This month we have some of the talented folks from the Financial Times talking about Web Components. This McrFRED will be split up into 3 Acts and get a sneak peak to how the team use their in house 'Origami' to help set standards, conventions and tools for building websites at the FT.
A practical journey to web components
We've seen the future, and it's all about components, containers and modules. But we've got a lot of past to worry about too. We need an approach to front end development that isn't overly opinionated, is compatible with legacy projects, is forwards-looking towards web components, and can be used today. We call it Origami, and this is how it works.
This McrFRED will be split up into 3 Acts;
- Act 1: The problem (Kaelig Deloumeau)
- Act 2: How we build modules (Alberto Elias)
- Act 3: Everything as a service (Sam Giles)
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