Those of you that follow Google closely will know that Google’s AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is about to launch. No specific date was provided, but it’s due to launch in February 2016.
What is Googles AMP? It’s a cut down version of HTML devised to load pages much faster on a mobile network.
Who’s it for? Anyone targeting a mobile audience, but at the outset, Google has been working with news publishers to show news content on mobiles.
News is slowly coming out of Google on this, and it announced recently that AMP errors are now included in the Search Console. That being the case you can now get pages up-and-running. Here are a few links to help you get started with AMP.
If you want to start building AMP pages to be ready you’ll need to start off by reading up about AMP from the AMP project site.
There’s a great accelerated mobile pages (AMP) tutorial here.
Those coders reading this about Google’s accelerated mobile pages should head over here to github.