Developing large apps is difficult. Ensuring that code is consistent, maintainable, testable and has an architecture that enables change is essential. As is ensuring that multiple developers – across multiple teams – can efficiently contribute to the same application. When it comes to large server-focused apps, solutions to some of these challenges have been tried and tested. But, how do you achieve this when building HTML5 single-page apps?
Finally, Phil will demonstrate how tooling can be used to support these patterns and practices, and enable a productive developer workflow where the first line of code is feature code, features can be developed and tested in isolation, code conflicts are avoided by grouping assets by feature, and features are composed into apps.