Googles AMP Or Accelerated Mobile Pages Will Help Websites Load Super Fast But Not Without Changes First

Google AMP Web Changes

Currently reading on the mobile web is very slow and frustrating but that is all about to change. The Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Project is a global, industry-wide initiative with publishers large and small all focused on the same goal: a better, faster mobile web. It is an open source initiative that embodies the vision that publishers can create mobile optimized content once and have it load instantly everywhere. In essence, Google’s AMP Is Speeding Up the Web By Changing How It Works.

GOOGLE’S NEW ACCELERATED Mobile Pages, aka AMP, makes websites load fast by doing 2 things.  First, it requires web developers to use a narrow set of web technologies to create pages. Most JavaScript is forbidden. Second, it serves pages from its own servers, at least when you visit an AMP page via a Google search.

To use AMP,

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