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MicroOrchestrator is a small new library to help coordinate different frontend modules, to build entire applications from small building blocks. These MicroModules can depend on one another, or be built by composing different submodules.

It's inspired by the micro-frontends pattern, and wants to extend it to enable micro modules grouped by funcionality, that can interact from one another with or without clearly defined boundaries.

To achieve this, it uses:

  • InversifyJs for all dependency management.
  • LitElement to define custom elements.


Visit our documentation site.


npm install @uprtcl/micro-orchestrator


Instantiate micro-orchestrator

A single instance of micro-orchestrator should be created on the top level of the consuming application.

import { MicroOrchestrator } from '@uprtcl/micro-orchestrator';
import { ReduxStoreModule } from '@uprtcl/redux';
import { MyModule } from 'third-party-library';

const orchestrator = new MicroOrchestrator();

const myModule = new MyModule();
const reduxModule = new ReduxStoreModule();

await orchestrator.loadModules([myModule, reduxModule]);

// Module functionality ready to be used here

Requesting a dependency from an element

In your html code, include the <module-container> element as the top level element where you want to use the micro-orchestrator funcionality.

    <!-- The rest of the application goes here  -->

The <module-container> element expects for the RequestDependencyEvent (native Dom event). You simply need to dispatch it from an element contained inside the <module-container>.

In its detail, you need to specify the identifier of the dependencies you want to request.

import { RequestDependencyEvent } from '@uprtcl/micro-orchestrator';
import { ReduxStoreModule } from '@uprtcl/redux';

const event = new RequestDependencyEvent({
  detail: { request: [ReduxStoreModule.bindings.Store] },
  composed: true,
  bubbles: true

const resolved = this.dispatchEvent(event);
const reduxStore = event.dependencies[0];
// Do things with reduxStore...

Or if you are building a native HTMLElement (or any subtype) you can use the simple moduleConnect() mixin, which provides a helper request() function.

import { moduleConnect } from '@uprtcl/micro-orchestrator';
import { ReduxStoreModule } from '@uprtcl/redux';

export class MyCustomElement extends moduleConnect(HTMLElement) {
  connectedCallback() {

    this.reduxStore = this.request(ReduxStoreModule.bindings.Store);

    // Do things with reduxStore...

Building your own module

Learn more about developing your own MicroModule in our documentation page.

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