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Google: new version of AMP ready for devices with low RAM memory

Google: new version of AMP ready for devices with low RAM memory

The AMP Google, otherwise known as Accelerated Mobile Pages, are useful systems for a quick download of the contents of the web pages used through a browser. Optimizations, in this sense, impose a compression of the elements of the pages that characterize the images, the comment sections and the structure of the articles. This makes loading appear significantly faster.

In setting up these systems, therefore, Google Corporation has ensured an adequate system for mobile devices whose memory quantity is not adequate for multi-tab and multi-tasking management during the navigation phase. The concept, now, must necessarily expand, according to the new plans of BigG, which plans to make improvements to the AMP Lite and AMP Cache platforms.

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The internal development team for AMP solutions has a very specific image of what to do: reduce the size of the pages by a further 40% by intervening through special modifiers that do not, however, affect the final web browsing experience on the contents .

With AMP data invisible to the user is removed such as, for example, some information on the images which, in an imperceptible way, allow you to scale down the quality without compromising the overview. All through a quick conversion process to a highly compressed WebP format.

With caching, we are able to reduce the size of the existing content, without sacrificing the user experience and also offering compression in bytes that allow fluid use of pages even on backdated systems. Furthermore, by using a single common infrastructure such as a cache, we provide greater consistency in the presentation of pages to users, achieving significantly lower latency times.

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Google’s chief software engineer Huibao Lina reported. Besides these improvements, moreover, Google software plans to launch an AMP Lite version explicitly aimed at low-end devices. In this sense, even in the absence of an ultra-fast connection, quick access to network resources will be guaranteed.

With AMP Lite you opt for a drastic reduction in the quality of images in JPEG format when you are in unfavorable network conditions for immediate viewing in high definition or in the presence of the active function Google Data Saver.

In the context, moreover, further secondary optimizations will be arranged in favor of the rendering of the characters of the pages coming from external sources. In this case, the display will be immediate regardless of whether the font-set is stored on the device or not.

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The company said AMP Lite’s intelligent optimizations lead to another 40% reduction in the volume of data to manage in terms of images. Solutions that, in the first place, will be released where the incidence of top-of-the-range devices is lower, i.e. both in Vietnam and Malaysia, which will also be followed by other markets.

AMP was launched in late 2015, and is the open-source answer to the Facebook and Apple News platforms. It makes itself available on GitHub and can be used by anyone. It has hundreds and hundreds of compatible web publications, as well as several websites and social networks. The same company reports that using AMP pages increases page access by 4 times and uses 10 times less data than a non-AMP counterpart.

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People keep waiting for old stories when we know full well that they can load faster. While we can’t extend the length of the day, with AMP we can help users access more content in the time it takes.

So he said Google in a recent press release. And have you experienced firsthand the differences that exist in terms of accessing content from AMP and non-AMP pages? All the considerations on the matter are up to you.

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