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AMP letter
Open letter to Google on the state of AMP
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2 days ago by MrMartineau
Twitter
The and world is favored by users & of strategic importance to initiative…
MobileApp  AMP  web  Google  from twitter
5 days ago by jhill5
Malte Ubl on Twitter: "@kentcdodds If the non-AMP page is faster than AMP with pre-rendering than it should be preferred. In practice this isn't a thing and if it is I'd stron… https://t.co/MejwOyscAq"
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If the non-AMP page is faster than AMP with pre-rendering than it should be preferred. In practice this isn't a thing and if it is I'd strongly advise to stop publishing AMP.
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amp  malteubl  cramforce  twitter 
5 days ago by mjs
Twitter
Speed Update: If your is fast, there is no downgrade via
Google  AMP  URL  from twitter
5 days ago by jhill5
AMP letter
We are a community of individuals who have a significant interest in the development and health of the World Wide Web (“the Web”), and we are deeply concerned about Accelerated Mobile Pages (“AMP”), a Google project that purportedly seeks to improve the user experience of the Web.
google  web  AMP 
7 days ago by myankelovich
Twitter
Nice example of feature-rich pages via
AMP  from twitter
12 days ago by jhill5
Improving URLs for AMP pages
Google are looking to implement the ability for AMP results to be served from their original URLs rather than the google.com/amp prefix. This is the number one complaint that they hear about AMP, so it's great that they're working towards a solution. At the moment, however, that solution is based on the Web Packaging standard which isn't supported by any browsers (yet).
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12 days ago by justinavery
AMP letter
I signed this open letter about Google AMP. It's not a letter calling for the end of AMP, but instead, it is asking that Google treats AMP in a way that allows the Web to remain true to itself.
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12 days ago by justinavery

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