Where Are We At Google AMP Pages?
Where Are We At Google AMP?
Googler Adam Greenberg, who creates global partnerships with the Google AMP project, launched the “Getting AMPed” session last weekend of the SMX East 2016 with a look at AMP from the perspective of Google. Later in the meeting, Condé Nast John Shehata and Vox Media Elite Truong shared the editor’s perspective.
Google wanted to implement pages quickly in a way that was easy for developers to implement, monetizing and hugging the open web. The Accelerated Mobile Pages Project was born.
A huge class of content on the internet is leaf pages – not home pages, but the things that originate from them. This includes articles, blog posts, recipes and so on. These sheet pages fit perfectly to Google AMP.
Gogole AMP has a validatable specification. Their requirements and constraints ensure that the correct bits are arranged correctly. There is also a web component library associated with AMP.
AMP has seen fantastic momentum and commitment. More than 7,700 developers have worked with AMP, and there were more than 2,100 pull requests and 98 releases, said Greenberg. More than 125 million documents have been indexed in AMP over 650 million domains.
AMP is also fast because of the cache. Caching reduces the time needed to upload content. The AMP cache is free, and alternatively you can use your own cache, if you prefer.
A moment takes 0.3 to 0.4 seconds. The average charging time for an AMP side is 0.7 seconds. It makes, then, in two winks of every eye. Meanwhile, there is a 22-second median charge time for non-AMP pages.