Standardizing lessons learned from AMP – Accelerated Mobile Pages Project


22 bookmarks. First posted by reginajmc march 2018.


For over two years, AMP has been a leading format for creating consistently excellent user experiences on the web, and Google continues to invest strongly in it as our well-lit path to achieving a user-first web. via Pocket
IFTTT  Pocket 
may 2018 by myankelovich
I missed this by a whisker last week, but it's good to see that AMP is beginning to address the concerns of the web development community by allowing non-AMP web content to have the same instant loading and prominence in the search. Great, in theory.
rwd300  article 
march 2018 by justinavery
Seems like it’s moving in the right direction, though:
from twitter
march 2018 by asbjornu
Google’s goal is to extend support in features like the Top Stories carousel to AMP-like content that (1) meets a set of performance and user experience criteria and (2) implements a set of new web standards. Some of the proposed standards in the critical path are Feature Policy, Web Packaging, iframe promotion, Performance Timeline, and Paint Timing. Equally important, the Chrome team last year released the Chrome User Experience report. Its underlying data provides, for the first time, web-wide real world measurements for performance and user experience.

In January we announced that we plan to use Web Packaging as recommended by the W3C TAG finding for providing privacy preserving pre-loading together with being able to serve AMP content under the publisher URLs. We’re super excited about Web Packaging because it isn’t AMP-specific technology, so we’ll be able to use it for instant-loading of all packaged web content!
google  performance  http 
march 2018 by janpeuker
For over two years, AMP has been a leading format for creating consistently excellent user experiences on the web, and Google continues to invest strongly in it…
from instapaper
march 2018 by anglepoised
For over two years, AMP has been a leading format for creating consistently excellent user experiences on the web, and Google continues to invest strongly in it…
from instapaper
march 2018 by joeybaker
We now feel confident that with iframe performance isolation through site isolation or cooperative multitasking, web packaging, Feature Policies, iframe promotion, and a document opt-in, it’ll be possible to make such features available to non-AMP web content that implements those standards.
optimisation 
march 2018 by Atelierbram
google, amp, preloading, web standards
google  mobile  amp  standards  web 
march 2018 by tswaterman
Still skeptical, but this does link to a list of standards areas we could collaboratively work on.
google  standards  amp  web 
march 2018 by npdoty
The standardization work motivated by AMP is well under way through various WICG projects. Google’s goal is to extend support in features like the Top Stories carousel to AMP-like content that (1) meets a set of performance and user experience criteria and (2) implements a set of new web standards. Some of the proposed standards in the critical path are Feature Policy, Web Packaging, iframe promotion, Performance Timeline, and Paint Timing. Equally important, the Chrome team last year released the Chrome User Experience report.
crux  amp  performance 
march 2018 by igrigorik
For over two years, AMP has been a leading format for creating consistently excellent user experiences on the web, and Google continues to invest strongly in it…
from instapaper
march 2018 by badboy
Favorite tweet:

Finally! Google is taking learnings from AMP and are working on web standards to allow instant loading & Google Search features for *all* web content.https://t.co/uD9Vla1H3C

— Addy Osmani (@addyosmani) March 8, 2018
IFTTT  Twitter 
march 2018 by jorgemir
We are taking what we learned from AMP, and are working on web standards that will allow instant loading for non-AMP web content. We hope this work will also unlock AMP-like embeddability that powers Google Search features like the Top Stories carousel. Meanwhile, AMP will be Google’s well-lit path to creating great user experiences on the web. It will be just one of many choices, but it will be the one we recommend. We will continue to invest heavily in AMP. A key example of how we continue to innovate on user experience on the web are AMP Stories and we hope to provide insights to future web standards along that way.
AMP  google  useability  mobile 
march 2018 by reginajmc