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Web-gambit: Modular micro front-end solution!

Web-gambit - lightweight (5Kb) modular micro front-end library for creation progressive web-application on typescript. This library provide a powerful solution based on Clean architecture principles. Web-gambit - easy way for creating composition of micro fronted modules from remote sources! REP, CCP and CRP - its simple. This solution is compatible with all popular frameworks: Vue, React, Angular, Svelte, Ember, etc.

Manual

1. Frontend micro modules (FMM)

1.1. Create Application Frontend Micro Module (AFMM) for instance module

AFMM - Independent reusable micro module. It can contain: Services, Interactors or Encapsulated application. AFMM can sync states without IFMM module only through a Proxy. After hard-reload page, Modules state will be reset to initial state.

import {Module} from 'web-gambit'

type ModuleState = {index: number}

const ModuleNamespace = {moduleName: 'numeric', moduleState: {index: 12345}}

Module<ModuleState>(ModuleNamespace, () => console.log(`AFMM ${ModuleNamespace.moduleName} is loaded`))

1.2. Import remote UMD Frontend Micro Module (UFMM)

UFMM - Its regular UMD modules compiled via webpack, parcel, etc.

import {Module, Emit, importModule, executeUmdModule} from 'web-gambit'

type CreatedDate = {getDate(): Date}
type UMD<ModuleType=any> = {exports: {default: ModuleType}}

const InstanceState = {createdDate: Date | null}
const InstanceNamespace = {moduleName: 'MainApp', moduleState: {createdDate: null}}

function fetchUmdModule<ModuleType=any>(): Promise<ModuleType> {
    return importModule('/assets/modules/date/js/date.js').then(umdModule => {
        const {exports} = executeUmdModule(umdModule) as UMD<ModuleType>
        return exports.default
    })
}

Module<InstanceState>(InstanceNamespace, () => {
    fetchUmdModule<CreatedDate>().then(dateModule => {
        Emit('createdDate', dateModule.getDate())
    }).catch(console.log)
})

1.3. FMM Data transfer.

Web-gambit provides methods for transferring and synchronizing data between modules, by default.

  • Watch - Create a listener for the selected command
  • Emit - Executing a data transfer command
import {Module, Emit} from 'web-gambit'

type InstanceState = {text: string}

const InstanceNamespace = {moduleName: 'MainApp', moduleState: {text: 'Hello World!'}}

Module<InstanceNamespace>(InstanceNamespace, () => {
    Watch({
        name: 'watchUniqueName',
        command: 'text',
        action: (text: string) => console.log(text)
    })
    setInterval(() => Emit('text', Math.random().toString()), 300)
})

2. Modular micro frontend UI

You can create a modular micro-interface application through any popular library or framework. But ... Web Gambit includes its own functional UI (React like) solution for fast client-side UI development.

2.1 Create UI via render function

For creation UI component with h and render functions

import {createJsx as h, CreateApp, Module, CreateRouter, IRoute} from 'web-gambit'
import MainPage from './pages/main/MainPage'

type IContent = {text: string}

const ModuleNamespace = {moduleName: 'contentView', moduleState: {text: 'Hello World!'}}
const routes: IRoute[] = [{path: '/', name: 'Main', component: MainPage}]

function SomeComponent() {
    return h('div', null, [
        h('h1', null, [ModuleNamespace.moduleState.text]),
        CreateRouter(routes)
    ])
}

Module<IContent>(ModuleNamespace, () => CreateApp(SomeComponent, document.getElementById('app')))

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