@module-federation/typescript - v2.4.2

Federated Types

This plugin enables Typescript Types support for Module Federated Components.


$ npm i @module-federation/typescript


Register the plugin in webpack configuration (webpack.config.js) file

import webpack from 'webpack';
const { FederatedTypesPlugin } = require('@module-federation/typescript');
const federationConfig = {
  name: 'my-app',
  filename: 'remoteEntry.js',
  exposes: {
    //...exposed components
    './Button': './src/Button',
    './Input': './src/Input',
  remotes: {
    app2: 'app2@http://localhost:3002/remoteEntry.js', // or Just the URL 'http://localhost:3002/remoteEntry.js'
  shared: ['react', 'react-dom'],
module.exports = {
  /* ... */
  plugins: [
    // ...
    new FederatedTypesPlugin({
      // ...

To enable verbose logging add folowing in webpack config:

infrastructureLogging: {
  level: 'log';

The Module Federation plugin is required to be registered separately from this plugin. The federation configuration provided to the Typescript plugin or Module Federation plugin can be different, as an example - to discern pure javascript remotes from Typescript remotes.

You need to register this plugin in both remote and host apps. The plugin will automatically create a directory named @mf-types in the host app - that contains all the types exported by the remote apps.

To have the type definitions automatically found for imports, add paths in tsconfig.json:

  "compilerOptions": {
    "baseUrl": ".",
    "paths": {
      "*": ["./@mf-types/*"]

baseUrl must also be set for paths to work properly

Plugin Options

Usage in Next.js

You need to manually pass the federationConfig object to the plugin. The remotes value should contain absolute path.

Sample code:

// next.config.js
const FederatedTypesPlugin = require('@module-federation/typescript');
module.exports = {
  webpack: (config, { buildId, dev, isServer, defaultLoaders, webpack }) => {
      new FederatedTypesPlugin({
        federationConfig: {
          remotes: { app2: 'app2@http://localhost:3000/remoteEntry.js' },
        // ...
    return config;


Drop me a message on twitter for support/feedback, or maybe just say Hi at @prasannamestha


Shoutout to @ScriptedAlchemy for helping with the development of this plugin.