Full Stack Monorepo Development with Nx
After more than 3 years, we finally met in person again — and it was a great evening. More than 15 web developers listened to Dominik Huppmann’s livecoding session how comfortable the Nx build system can be used to easily create a maintainable monorepo.
During a hot summer day, the office of Textbroker provided us with cool temperatures and drinks and tasty pizza. All attendees enjoyed the socializing and in the end, all the goodies — one issue of Stefan Baumgartners Typescript book and a bunch of lovely Offscreen magazine issues — found new owners.
Also, we took this event as a test to run an event in hybrid mode. It worked out quite good, and we gained some learning to improve for a future event like this.
Here’s the recording and some coverage further down:
A Monorepo enables you to locate multiple applications and libraries inside one single repository. An approach like this can provide you with a number of advantages, but also requires you take care of certain pitfalls. In this talk we will address these topics and discuss some techniques on how to manage it using the Nx build system.
Dominik Huppmann is currently working as a Lead Software Engineer at Textbroker. His main focus is on building maintainable Angular apps with attention to architecture, API Integration and CI/CD.
Textbroker is the online marketplace for custom-made, unique written content. It brings together customers looking for unique and exclusive textual content with an ever-increasing number of freelance authors who can write about virtually any topic. Orders include SEO-optimised web copy, blog posts, articles, press releases, news, ecommerce descriptions, buyer guides and beyond.
Textbroker sponsored this event with their cool office location at the Zollhafen in Mainz with pizza and cold drinks. Thanks so much, it was great!