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Microfrontends (singular: microfrontend[1]) is a front-end web development pattern in which a single application may be built from disparate builds.[1] It is analogous to a microservices approach but for client-side single-page applications written in JavaScript.[2] It is a solution to de-composition and routing for multiple front-end applications.[3]

Microfrontends (MFE) can be built using the following three approaches:

Companies that use microfrontends are IKEA, Spotify, etc.[4]

For Webpack this concept is referred to as module federation.[5]