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Introducing the Eleventy AMP Plugin

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I’m happy to introduce the new AMP Plugin for Eleventy. Eleventy is a static site generator offering a simple way to manage your templates and build your site. It works great together with AMP if you want to make your static site more interactive or need to embed third-party content. With the new AMP Eleventy […] Read more

The value of amp-list initialization from state

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The amp-list component recently added support for rendering AMP state on page load. This can deliver a better user experience while simplifying assembly of AMP pages for some use cases. Example use case: Search Results Consider a search results page after the user performs a search. Search results frequently have buttons (or similar) to change […] Read more

Contributions to Web Platform Interoperability (First Half of 2020)

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Web developers continue to face challenges with web interoperability issues and a lack of implementation of important features. As an open-source project, the AMP Project  can help represent developers and aid in addressing these challenges.  In the last few years, we have partnered with Igalia to collaborate on helping advance predictability and interoperability among browsers.  […] Read more

How to correctly measure the success of your AMP pages

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Editor’s note: the following guest post was written by Swetha Gopalakrishnan, Web Ecosystem Consultant, Google Avneet Singh, Technical Account Manager, Google Introduction Measuring the success of AMP pages is crucial for any business. As a developer or an AdOps person in a publishing company, you might be wondering how to measure the quality of your […] Read more

AMP as a Service: 2020 Roadmap

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This blog is part of a series that we are starting to share AMP’s roadmap with the wider web community. We first unveiled our vision of AMP as a Service on a spring morning in Tokyo at AMP Conf 2019, our flagship conference. We talked about how engineering teams can accelerate their workflow by using […] Read more

AMP Camp: Cross-origin user state in AMP

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tl;dr: This article will teach you how to track user actions between your domain and AMP Caches. Welcome to the latest in our series of posts about AMP Camp, our demo that shows how to create an interactive site with AMP! In this series, we’ll discuss the techniques and tools we used in creating it, […] Read more

AMP Camp: Using templates in the client and the server

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Overview Welcome to the latest in our series of posts about AMP Camp, our demo that shows how to create an interactive site with AMP! In this series, we’ll discuss the techniques and tools we used in creating it, as well as best practices we developed. If you’re interested in creating an interactive site with […] Read more

Infinite recommendations with a new and improved amp-next-page

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A key part of AMP’s mission is ensuring the “long-term success of every web publisher”.  To further that mission, we know just how important it is to help web publishers increase the reach of their content. Previously, we released <amp-next-page> as an experiment to help publishers turn an AMP page into a continuous scrolling experience […] Read more

Creating accessible sites with AMP

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The open web is powerful due to its ability to give everyone access to the same information. This means the Web needs to be designed to work for all people regardless of their location, hardware preferences, language, or abilities. AMP invests in this work through the UI and Accessibility Working Group with the goal to […] Read more

Introducing the fastest and most user-friendly content encryption

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Stuck between keeping content secure and providing a great user experience? The debate is over! We’re introducing a new type of premium experience! Client-side content encryption is a fast and user-friendly solution to protect and serve premium content. All while providing the same level of security as server-side validation! What’s the problem? A server-side paywall […] Read more