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Introducing the AMP for AEM Core Components Extension | AEM Community Blog Seeding

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27-07-2020

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Abstract

Adobe officially released it’s long-awaited AMP extension to the Adobe Core Components Library. This is welcome news to all Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) core components consumers—by enabling this extension, the AEM core components receive access to high-speed and valid AMP rendering components that won’t sacrifice any of the functionality or aesthetics users have come to associate with the Core Components Library.

The Benefits of AMP
Backed by Google, AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is the preeminent way to render the most efficient and optimized web pages on mobile devices. With more and more site users browsing on mobile devices over laptop or desktop computers, the need for faster and more accessible web pages on mobile is more apparent now than ever.

AMP solves the problems of slow and non-optimized page rendering that have long been associated with the mobile browsing experience through methods like inlining CSS, caching pages, pulling JavaScript assets from a CDN, and more.

Why you Should Enable AMP on Your AEM Site
For static web pages, AMP offers the best possible browsing experience for your mobile users. For AEM sites, enabling AMP is a seamless experience and offers faster loading, more accessible, and higher-ranked mobile pages. With the release of the AMP for AEM extension, you can get started creating AMP sites in AEM today.

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