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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

Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) in AMP

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Content jumps in web pages can be very detrimental for the user experience. As a result of them users might end up clicking the wrong elements or losing their reading position – thereby causing lower engagement rates, higher bounce rates and ultimately lost business. In this post we’ll analyze how AMP mitigates these content shifts, […] Read more

Adobe Experience Cloud Extends AMP Support

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Adobe has been working to seamlessly integrate AMP support into Adobe Experience Cloud applications for its customers, from publishers to advertisers; below is a summary of some recent integrations across Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe Campaign, and Adobe Analytics. Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) To create new ways for their customers to deliver seamless, user-first mobile experiences, Adobe […] Read more

People behind the code: The Axios ascent

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Digital media company Axios has stepped onto the scene with a quick, smart, audience-first experience. Sound familiar?

Fast, audience-first and efficient – talk about mission alignment. Marissa Halpert, a front end engineer working out of Washington, D.C., and Rick Terrill, leading the front end engineers out of Texas, couldn’t ignore the connection! Together, they led Axios’ shift to AMP-first. We invited the duo for a chat to discover how a beta test […] Read more

The AMP Camp build process

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What’s AMP Camp? It’s one thing to work as a Developer Advocate and talk about how AMP can be used to create quick, interactive sites. It’s quite another to actually build one! So a few of us decided to create a simple but fully functional e-commerce website, covering everything until the checkout. We hoped to […] Read more

More room for more style

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Increasing the AMP CSS limit Whether your style is a professional journalist website or bohemian ecommerce emails, AMP now gives you more room to show it. The AMP maximum allowable CSS limit has been raised to 75kB – a 50% increase! This is the biggest, and, well, only change to the CSS cap in the […] Read more

Easier AMP development with the new AMP Optimizer

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Creating AMP pages has just gotten a lot simpler with the new AMP Optimizer 2.0.  The primary goal of AMP Optimizer is to make AMP pages load even faster by applying additional server-side optimizations. With this release, AMP Optimizer also makes it a lot simpler to integrate AMP into frameworks and CMSs! For example, we’ve […] Read more

Learn how to use the Search Console AMP status report

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The following guest post was written by Daniel Waisberg, Search Advocate, Google Search Console is a free tool provided by Google to webmasters and developers to help optimize sites for search. In addition to data about search performance, index coverage and structured data markup, the tool can also help improve your AMP implementation. It shows […] Read more

In search of the amp.dev search

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Editor’s Note: the following guest post was written by Thorsten Harders and Sebil Satici, Developers at Jung von Matt. Amp.dev offers a lot of resources that make it easier to get started and build with AMP: case studies, details on how each component works, guides with best practices, step-by-step tutorials and plenty of executable code […] Read more

AMP 2019 Decoded: Thank You for an Incredible Year

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2019 was a big hit for AMP. We continued to grow our community and create excellent experiences across websites, email, stories and ads. So let’s flashback to the beginning of this year and recap all the milestones we accomplished together.  Watch the video and read below: Next.js for AMP  Building AMP pages through React server-side rendering […] Read more