James Osborne: Create a user-first experience with AMP

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April 21, 2020

What does it mean a user-first application? It is an application that lands in four pillars: Fast, Secure, engaging and Integrated. At this Workshop, we will explain the reason why we should change our mindset to a user-first mindset to create a better experience for our users. And AMP helps on that, AMP or Accelerated Mobile Pages is a framework with three important tools, AMP HTML, AMP JS and AMP Cache. AMP HTML has a set of components that accelerate our development process and AMP JS take care of our application performance and AMP Cache is the last ingredient to provide the best experience the feature that enhances the performance of content delivering. After understanding those core items we are going to convert our WordPress Application in a User-first application using AMP. At the end we will do an exercise with five core components: amp-img amp-youtube amp-sidebar amp-lightbox amp-socialshare Let’s code!.

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WordCamp Glasgow 2020 13

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James Osborne 2

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AMP 18

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English 8852

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