Using a component-based UI approach supports iterative, agile development. Components are hosted in a library from which teams can access, integrate and modify them throughout the development process.
The component library acts as a point of governance for the business, designers, and quality assurance teams. It can be versioned in the repository, enabling tracking of which applications are on which version of the approved UX.
The component-based library becomes a reference. Product managers and business analysts can reference a component as the baseline for the requirement, and then only spend time defining the required extensions and business logic.
A component-based UI approach allows your application architecture to stay up to date over time instead of rebuilding it from scratch. You can build multiple applications that adhere to the intended design principles.
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