Deploying a front-end monorepo
Online course — 3 parts

Deploying a front-end monorepo

Let's learn how to effectively deploy multi-application front-end monorepos.


What will you learn?

rocket Serving multiple applications on a single domain
candy Utilizing caching and build checks
party-popper Optimizing build and deploy times

What can you expect?

  • Pre-recorded videos with walkthroughs, explanations and examples
  • Live online sessions with group discussions
  • Hands-on exercises followed by feedback and suggestions

What does the course consist of?

  • 3 parts
  • 3 practical exercises
  • 10+ pre-recorded videos

Visualization of a multi-application front-end monorepo deploymentVisualization of a multi-application front-end monorepo deployment


Part 1

Understanding the context

  • Understanding the context of application deployment
  • Common problems, struggles and challenges
  • Introduction to the course challenge
  • Creating a personal work plan using Miro
Online session
  • Overview of the personal work plans
  • Sharing suggestions for improvement
  • Questions & answers
Part 2

Setting things up

  • Overview of the target architecture
  • In-depth walkthrough of the Vercel platform
  • Understanding and scope and possibilities
  • Create a front-end monorepo & deployment implementation plan
  • Document and share it using Miro
  • Overview of the exercises
  • Sharing suggestions and feedback
  • Questions & answers
Part 3


  • Creating a couple of vite applications
  • Configuring Nx and Nx-Cloud.
  • Configuring Vercel platform.
  • Create a project based on the Nx build system and share code on Github
  • Document and share progress in Miro
  • Overview of the exercises
  • Sharing suggestions and feedback
  • Questions & answers


This course is useful if you are:

hammer Working on separate applications
green-apple Building a project that is expected to scale
spider-web Struggling with a complex and messy architecture

How to sign up?

Use the form below to fill out your contact details. You will receive an email with instructions and further steps if there will be a free spot available.