What is the best practice of micro frontend on EmberJS?

recently , I noticed a new concept of micro frontend . like: https://rohitrox.github.io/2020/01/05/simpler-microfrontends-implementation-with-react-and-esnext.

So are someone have use this kind of architecture?

Thanks.

The summary of micro-frontends from their page:

building a modern web app with multiple teams that can ship features independently.

Is basically the same as the reason for Ember Engines. Engines lets different teams build separate Ember apps that can come together into a single app in production.

It’s a good fit for very large organizations that really want strong separation between teams. It’s not a good fit for a small team where each person is likely to work within many different parts of the app.

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It’s not a good fit for a small team where each person is likely to work within many different parts of the app

Maybe not as a general rule (engines can be some work to set up) but anecdotally it’s still very nice for keeping code organized and isolated in a large app. My team is exactly that ^ and we have our app broken into a number of in-repo engines and overall I’d say it’s been a very good experience.