Come learn about the current state of the Google AMP project and its integration with Drupal, where it's all heading, and how to incorporate AMP with your current or next project.
Session Recording: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=taXztm1WqqY
What is Google AMP? AMP is an open-source library that provides a straightforward way to create web pages that are compelling, smooth, and load near instantaneously for site visitors. It is supported by many different platforms, and it's compatible across browsers.
During this session, participants will learn the current state of the AMP project through a historical context of the project's beginnings and development in response to web traffic's shift to mobile devices. Together, we'll review some AMP examples to highlight specific e-commerce and UX driven AMP components and what makes valid AMP code.
After an AMP introduction, we'll review how to integrate AMP with Drupal with an eye for creating a development checklist for your current or next project. Through this process, attendees will become familiar with both Drupal AMP module and theme contrib projects.
About Jason Want
Jason has eight years of experience working with Drupal as a site architect and builder, themer and developer. He is an Acquia Certified Drupal 7&8 Developer and Certified Scrum Master. Jason is passionate about Drupal and enjoys participating in monthly New Orleans Drupal User group meet-ups and as DrupalCon North America co-chair of the Horizons track.
He has recently attended the Google AMP Roadshow and Hackathon events in Chicago in March 2018.
When he’s not working with The Nerdery team, you can find Jason spending time with his family, camping, sailing on Lake Pontchartrain or gardening in the yard in New Orleans.
<> Why mobile web performance is critical to the engaging new site visitors and converting them.
<> How the Google AMP project can provide the framework to deliver a performance-focused strategy for your web project (not just for publishers and blogs anymore!)
<> What makes AMP code valid
<> What AMP components are and how to combine them to make interactive web features
<> How to integrate AMP with your Drupal project