All about Google AMP.
Alexis Ulrich takes a dive into a new page speed initiative by Google: Accelerated Mobile Pages, or AMP.
An intro by SitePoint.
You may have heard the term “AMPs” thrown around lately. What exactly are Accelerated Mobile Pages, what do they mean for search, and how can you prepare for it all? In this week’s British Whiteboard Friday, Will Critchlow and Tom Anthony of Distilled lay out all the important details.
AMP is (basically) a Diet HTML.
If you need to get up to speed on the why, what and how of Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages as fast and efficiently as possible, you’re in the right place.
The following is a guest post by David Attard of DART Creations. David is going to introduce us to AMP (no idea what that is? read on) as well as how you m
No support for scripts is (made) a big deal.
You’ve probably heard about Google’s new Accelerated Mobile Pages project, or AMP. If you haven’t, it’s a specification akin to Facebook’s Instant Articles for the open web. The project is open source and has already been embraced by some big players, Automattic being the most notable for our purposes. The AMP project provides a specification …
Guide for customizing the default style when using WordPress AMP plugin.
A mobile content revolution is afoot. Content distribution giants like Facebook, Google, and Apple are delivering content to mobile users in new and innovative ways, leaving content publishers scrambling to keep up. It wasn’t very long ago that having a fully-responsive site was enough, but that is no longer true. In the past month, AMP articles have been added to Google Search results and Apple News has opened its doors to all publishers. And in April, the Facebook Instant Articles program will begin accepting applications from interested publishers.
Nice comparation between the three.