Published on November 11, 2016 by Chrome

AMP gets content in front of users fast – PWAs enable rich experiences and engagement. What if Paul told you there’s a way to utilize the unique power of both? To build a web experience that loads in an instant and upgrades you to maximum interactivity and engagement? He’s making it happen. Watch to learn how.

Links:
AMP Project: www.ampproject.org/
AMP React Sample: goo.gl/zs42rs
developers.google.com/web/
AMP by Example: ampbyexample.com/

Watch more recordings from Chrome Dev Summit ’16 at: goo.gl/TkgXYM
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Music by Terra Monk: goo.gl/xolmTV

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6 Comments on "From AMP to PWA – the best of both worlds (Chrome Dev Summit 2016)"

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rgfx
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rgfx
20 days 43 minutes ago

Amp should not get priority on search. SEO people say amp gets ranked higher, i hope thats based on speed rather then google trying to police the internet.

neosinan1
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neosinan1
21 days 8 hours ago

You do know I cant see page itself thanks to AMP, What a stupidy, Just add switch that makes me reach orginal webpage? Thanks to this, I am looking for chrome alternative..

Mohamad
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Mohamad
6 days 20 hours ago

Your need for this is not going to outweigh the need of hundreds in return. Unfortunately not everyone has gigabit internet.If this is important to you, you can set "Desktop version" to always on so you would be redirected to the website that you clicked (responsive or non-responsive)

neosinan1
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neosinan1
21 days 6 hours ago

ı know this but I dont want desktop version, I just wanna website ı clicked, when ı clicked..

David Vieira
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David Vieira
21 days 7 hours ago
Worawi Thanapatyakun
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Worawi Thanapatyakun
21 days 9 hours ago

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