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EBay Upgrades Mobile Websites With Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages Technology

July 11, 2016: 12:00 AM EST
Online marketplace eBay Inc. updated some of its mobile webpages with Google Inc.’s Accelerated Mobile Pages technology. Developed to help businesses build mobile pages that load as fast as possible on smartphones, AMP is based on open-source standards. AMP-using mobile pages can load quickly because its HTML code includes restrictions, such as preventing customized Javascript coding. AMP also uses Google’s AMP Cache, a content delivery network that confirms each page works and does not depend on outside resources. With AMP, eBay helps consumers who access its mobile website from links, including Google search and Twitter.
April Berthene, "eBay dives into Google’s Accelerated Mobile Pages", Internet Retailer, July 11, 2016, © Vertical Web Media
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