BP194: Use a common deployment pipeline to ensure consistency in the deployment process across microfrontends.

One of the best practices for micro frontends is to use a common deployment pipeline. This means that all micro frontends should follow the same deployment process, which ensures consistency and reduces the risk of errors. A common deployment pipeline can also help to automate the deployment process, making it faster and more efficient.

For example, if you have multiple micro frontends that are developed by different teams, each team may have their own deployment process. This can lead to inconsistencies and errors, especially if the teams are not communicating effectively. By using a common deployment pipeline, you can ensure that all micro frontends are deployed in the same way, with the same tools and processes. This can help to reduce the risk of errors and improve the overall quality of the deployment process.

A common deployment pipeline can also help to improve collaboration between teams. By using the same tools and processes, teams can work together more effectively and share knowledge and expertise. This can help to improve the overall quality of the micro frontends and ensure that they are developed in a consistent and efficient way.

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