Rotem Zifroni is leading the Front end team at Frontegg, and previously held leading software development roles.
Her career started at the famous 8200 elite unit of the Israeli Defense Forces, later on she joined the Israeli web development giant Wix.
Rotem is an experienced software leader, expert in building complex development processes, as well as a social entrepreneur of a national community project called “Dor Le Dor”.
In April 2021 we were facing a challenge. Due to the nature of our product, we had to develop in a multi-framework approach.
However, reality forced us to think differently. We soon realized it was unscalable, inefficient, silly even, really!
The challenge is that our application is embedded within our customers’ application, which they can build on top of any framework.
Beyond that, we had to expose our components' state and to receive state from the hosting application. At the end of the day, we had to adopt an approach that would support both our product technical requirements, while optimizing our frontend development process.
In this session, we will go deeply into real-life examples of how Frontegg used micro frontend strategies (to name a few…) to overcome those challenges, and how they made a significant impact on our frontend development, architecture, CI/CD, and overall processes.