Applying AMP for Java website

By MickRodney ·
Hello guys, I have a question, which would probably be too easy or primitive for you. I have a website, which is mostly created using Java and we think that we should try changing to AMP, but we are conserned, that it might bring more damage than profit to our website ( What do you think? Is it that easy to implement AMP for Java or would you rather not do until it´s absolutely necessary?
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I would not suggest it...

by masonjones In reply to Applying AMP for Java web ...

We have implemented AMP on one of our main sites ( with the hope that we would get better rankings on mobile and give our visitors a better experience. This has not occured, Actually the opposite happened, our rankings dropped and we feel that our visitors prefer to see our fully fledged site and not a stripped down version. Don't do it.

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Totally agree

by casadeluxmsk In reply to I would not suggest it...

Same thoughts and decision for the and other 3 websites. Did nothing, just used AMP, which is so promoted by Google...
At the end of story - we turned back to old website version.

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AMP for Java website

by Faction Tech In reply to Applying AMP for Java web ...

Here are a few frequently used performance goals for typical web applications:

Average application response time
Average concurrent users the system must support
Expected requests per second during peak load
Using metrics like these which can be measured via different load testing and application monitoring tools helps to identify key bottlenecks and tune performance accordingly.

Here is some reference which you can refer about amp

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