August 24th, 2019

Replying to a tweet from @cramforce

But only for AMP pages.

No other framework gets this treatment.

No other web pages—no matter how fast—get this treatment.

Any wonder that developers are resentful of AMP?

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Tony Haile

Guys, this conversation would have been way more fun in a pub where by now one of you would be holding my head up explaining that I don’t get drunk that often and the other would be hugging everyone explaining that everything was really the fault of the English.

# Posted by Tony Haile on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at 2:03am

Tony Haile

Guys, this conversation would have been way more fun in a pub where by now one of you would be holding my head up explaining that I don’t get drunk that often and the other would be hugging everyone explaining that everything was really the fault of the English. Jeremy Keith Jeremy Keith Malte Ubl davegehring

# Posted by Tony Haile on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at 2:03am

Malte Ubl

Make a framework that supports the same privacy, performance and security guarantees and embedding features and we’d be happy to support it.

# Posted by Malte Ubl on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at 2:10am

Malte Ubl

The long term approach Paul is referring to is web standards based. If you want something now you’ll have to build it on the application layer. It’s quite difficult but easy for special cases. E.g. pages that have no JS at all. Jeremy Keith Jeremy Keith Tony Haile davegehring

# Posted by Malte Ubl on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at 2:15am

davegehring

Distributed Media Lab would be happy to support such a framework beyond AMP as well enabling publishers with efficient distribution across the open web. Unfortunately, none exist for the open web. Fortunately for publishers, AMP does exist and serves this purpose really well. Jeremy Keith Jeremy Keith Tony Haile Malte Ubl

# Posted by davegehring on Saturday, August 24th, 2019 at 10:05pm

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