‘AMP’ Videos

  • James Osborne: Create a user-first experience with AMP

    James Osborne: Create a user-first experience with AMP

    WordCamp Glasgow 2020Speaker: James Osborne

    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!.

  • Yannick Gaultier: AMP: it’s getting faster!

    Yannick Gaultier: AMP: it’s getting faster!

    WordCamp Bucharest 2018Speaker: Yannick Gaultier

    August 9, 2019 — Initially trained as a mechanical engineer, I spent 20 years in a non-IT industry. I then started some web projects, mostly PHP and various CMS, and mostly centered around SEO. This was a hobby in 2006, but 3 years later, and to this date, it became my full time job. I run a small company handling development and support for our open source CMS plugins.

    Seeing how important Accelerated Mobile Pages was to become we developed an advanced WordPress AMP plugin at the end of 2016 to enable AMP pages on sites with both a lot of ease and high degree of customization.

    The topic of Yannick’s presentation is “AMP: it’s getting faster!“.

  • Pratik Ghela: Our 6 months journey around AMP, WordPress and AMP Stories

    Pratik Ghela: Our 6 months journey around AMP, WordPress and AMP Stories

    WordCamp Portland ME 2018Speaker: Pratik Ghela

    February 1, 2019 — Google AMP was announced in 2015 and has been in the headlines for past few years. Many developers find it pretty difficult to adapt this latest technology. Pratik aims to make it simple and easy to understand Google AMP and will walk you through his journey where he and his team built a website using Native AMP and now developing a product that helps you build AMP Stories.

  • Alberto Medina, Thierry Muller: Progressive WordPress Themes

    Alberto Medina, Thierry Muller: Progressive WordPress Themes

    WordCamp Europe 2018Speakers: Alberto Medina, Thierry Muller

    July 8, 2018 — In this talk we will provide context of the evolution of the web as related to the support of progressive technologies by the platform and describe how such progressive technologies can be integrated with WordPress themes. We will also showcase a beautiful and highly- performant progressive WordPress theme, demonstrating important aspects of the team such as: (1) Gutenberg integration; (2) Adoption of coding and performance best practices; (3) theme scoring on the Tide “scale”; (4) AMP compatibility; and others.

  • Luis A. Montoya: Amp para WordPress, Mitos y Leyendas

    Luis A. Montoya: Amp para WordPress, Mitos y Leyendas

    WordCamp Irun 2018Speaker: Luis Angel Montoya

    June 24, 2018 — ¿Debo instalar AMP en mi WordPress? ¿Es tan fácil como lo pintan? ¿Va a mejorar mi SEO? ¿Voy a perder visitas

    Estas y otras preguntas serán contestadas en esta charla. Se mostrará la realidad sobre AMP y porqué no es válido para todas las webs. Charla tanto para gente técnica como para gente no técnica.

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  • David Navia Matas: WAP, RWD, AMP, PWA… pero WTF!

    David Navia Matas: WAP, RWD, AMP, PWA… pero WTF!

    WordCamp Madrid 2018Speaker: David Navia Matas

    May 10, 2018 — En esta ponencia haré un repaso sobre las diferentes técnicas que se han utilizado hasta la fecha para la representación de la web en dispositivos móviles desde su irrupción en el mercado de consumo y hablaré de las tendencias actuales como AMP o Progressive Web Apps.

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  • Yannick Gaultier: Accelerated Mobile Pages on WordPress - Why and How?
  • Yannick Gaultier: Accelerated Mobile Pages on WordPress - Why and How?

    Yannick Gaultier: Accelerated Mobile Pages on WordPress – Why and How?

    WordCamp Dublin 2017Speaker: Yannick Gaultier

    November 11, 2017 — Initially a Google project, started in october 2015, Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) has now grown into a set of open source technologies used by most search engines (Google, Bing, Baidu), and many other large companies (Twitter, Ebay, Pinterest, LinkedIn, Feedly, …) to display an alternate version of content to visitors when they are on a mobile device. AMP pages are standard HTML pages that follow a set of rules and optimized javascript to make them extremely fast on mobile devices. They can be created automatically from any WordPress site using a variety of plugins.

    – Pretty much any type of site can benefit from enabling AMP pages: blogs, news site, recipes, e-commerce, directories, etc
    – Having AMP on your site is probably an SEO must in 2017
    – AMP opens the door to Progressive Web Apps
    – Although adding AMP pages to your site can be as simple as activating a single plugin, this is unlikely to give good results and can even have negative effects.

    During this talk, we will go quickly through how AMP works, why and if you should add it to your site, and very importantly the dos and don’ts of a successful AMP implementation.

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  • Carrie Cousins: Amp Up Your Freelance Business

    Carrie Cousins: Amp Up Your Freelance Business

    WordCamp Wilmington 2017Speaker: Carrie Cousins

    October 24, 2017 — The gig economy is a real thing, and I can attest to it — my side hustle is generating as much income as my full time job these days. Here’s the part no one tells you: With a little dedication and skill a good designer (print or digital) can jump into the world of freelance work. The talk will provide ways to establish yourself as an expert in the field and even build WordPress sites for clients. The trick to it all? Having a solid work ethic, innate curiosity to keep learning new things and a great internet connection!

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  • Matt Bakaitis: Solving the AMP, API, FBIA (and RSS) Puzzle

    Matt Bakaitis: Solving the AMP, API, FBIA (and RSS) Puzzle

    WordCamp Kent 2017Speaker: Matt Bakaitis

    July 6, 2017 — There are more ways to share WordPress content every year. WordPress offers a range of solutions, ranging from the old RSS standards to newer REST approaches and even templated caching strategies like AMP. Making sense of it can be hard. Matt Bakaitis will share his experiences and observations managing a content engineering team for Cleveland Clinic, serving almost 70 million visitors per year via WordPress.