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Interactive Microservices as an Alternative to Micro Front-Ends

In this article, Doğa Armangil explores the concept of interactive microservices as an alternative to micro front-ends for modularizing the UI layer. While microservices have found widespread adoption among the IT community, micro front-ends have lagged behind. Qworum, a Platform-as-a-Service, defines interactive microservices as an alternative to and complement for micro front-ends. Qworum enables unbounded composability, full-page UIs, and distributed web applications in both intra-organization and cross-organization settings. The article also explores the multi-phase web APIs that define interactive microservices and their benefits. This article provides a fresh perspective on modularizing the UI layer with microservices, and it is a must-read for software architects and engineers looking to improve their systems front-ends.