The Complete Guide To Google AMP with ASP.NET MVC

Since there wasn't a complete guide to implementing Google AMP pages, today, I provide a guide on how to incorporate Google AMP pages using ASP .NET MVC.

Written by Jonathan "JD" Danylko • Last Updated: • MVC •
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Since the beginning of this journey, I've taken Google AMP specifications and integrated them into DanylkoWeb.

This is kind of a backwards way to write a series of posts, but this post you're reading is considered to be an introduction to the list of posts I wrote over a span of four months.

The posts detail my journey to create a Google AMP-compliant website using ASP.NET MVC and the techniques I used to accommodate Google in their mobile endeavors.

Instead of writing all of these posts and scatter them across my site, I thought it would be better to create a "guide" for building your own AMP pages based on my efforts.

So let's get this collection kicked off with Creating Google AMP pages with ASP.NET MVC.

The Complete Guide To Google AMP with ASP.NET MVC

UPDATE: I also want to thank my readers for the link pointing to AMP By Example. Great Resource!

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Jonathan "JD" Danylko is an author, web architect, and entrepreneur who's been programming for over 30 years. He's developed websites for small, medium, and Fortune 500 companies since 1996.

He currently works at Insight Enterprises as an Architect.

When asked what he likes to do in his spare time, he replies, "I like to write and I like to code. I also like to write about code."

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