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  • By Harrison Harnisch
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    Twilio’s sustained growth over the last decade has led to several architectural iterations of the Twilio Console. With each iteration, comes changes to handle the biggest problems of the time. The next generation of the Twilio Console is no exception!

    The previous post covered some of the challenges and issues we solved from the UX perspective. In this post, we’ll walk through how and why we went about migrating from the legacy Console to the new Console experience safely (spoiler, iframes were involved).

    Legacy Console

    In the previous iteration of the Twilio frontend architecture, the legacy Console was constructed in the Micro-Frontend pattern where each product team would have control over their content. The shell around the content was responsible for handling navigation between products, search, and settings for accounts and users.

    The proxy layer orchestrated this all by server-side rendering index.html, providing the HTML element for each product …

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