Refactoring Monoliths to Microservices with the BFF and Strangler Patterns
How do you effectively migrate away from monoliths without getting stuck in Adapter Hell? Let’s talk about the synergy between BFFs and the Strangler pattern, featuring WunderGraph.
5 Best Practices for Backends-for-Frontends
Best practices to follow when implementing the BFF pattern: do’s and don’ts.
7 Key Lessons I Learned While Building Backends-for-Frontends
Crucial takeaways from building production-ready BFFs that every developer should know.
Type-Safe Testing in Backends-for-Frontends
Integration, Unit, and E2E testing aren’t mutually exclusive, but they sure are a pain to implement in a BFF system. Could WunderGraph’s type-safe testing and mocking library make this easier?
Fixing the Backends-for-frontends pattern with Build-time GraphQL
The BFF pattern optimizes backends for specific client interfaces. Using GraphQL for it fixes some of its drawbacks, but can we do better? Let’s find out with WunderGraph.
The Easiest Way to Bake Auth Into Your Backend-for-Frontend with Clerk and WunderGraph
A true match made in heaven, learn how to implement authentication in your BFF architecture in minutes!
5 Best Backend-for-Frontend Tools You Should Be Using
WunderGraph, Istio, AWS EventBridge, Clerk, Auth.js, Axiom, Grafana, and more. Know the tools that make building Backends-for-Frontends a cinch.
The Backend-for-Frontend pattern using NextJS: A Step-by-Step Guide
The Backends-for-Frontends pattern might be exactly what you need to avoid monolithic Backend APIs and Frontends bloated with business logic. Let's implement one in Next.js, using WunderGraph as a BFF framework.