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Build e-commerce sites for the modern web with AMP, PWA, and more

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2018 Google I/O
May 9, 2018, Mountain View, USA
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Adam Greenberg
Sr. Global Product Partnerships Lead at Google
Rowan Merewood
Developer Advocate at Google

Adam Greenberg works on Global Product Partnerships for Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) and the mobile web. He focuses on launching new platform capabilities, expanding early products into new markets and verticals, and helping developers build best-in-class web experiences. Prior to Google, Adam worked in the startup world and as a consultant for the Spanish government. He studied writing at the University of Iowa and is based in New York.

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Rowan is a senior developer advocate for Chrome where he focuses on making the best of the modern web applicable for e-commerce. He's worked across a number of products at Google including Android, Firebase, and Google Now before settling in on the web. Previously to Google he came from an agency background, so he's trying to bring the lessons from those projects into the work he's presenting here.

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The modern web provides a wealth of APIs, but cool features don’t automatically translate to business success. In this session, you'll follow a customer through their online shopping journey, from product discovery to checkout, and you'll learn how to prioritize efforts to create sites that seamlessly integrate across devices and between online and bricks-and-mortar stores using AMP and the web platform.

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Hi everyone. Thank you for being here. We are excited to speak with you about how eCommerce sites can take advantage of some of the new next-generation web tools. We've been working on a Google in order to build more effective websites. My name is Adam Greenberg and I work on Partnerships for mobile web Technologies, like accelerated mobile Pages or amp and Progressive web apps or pwa. I'm a developer advocate for the web and Chrome. So by now, we're on day 3 of Ayo, and you've been hearing a lot about what Google is up to this week from driverless

cars to the assistant to the latest on the Android platform and the thread that really brings together. This wide variety of products for connectivity. Google is in the connection business wasn't that someone asking for the latest scores to a baseball game allowing you to message your friends or using your voice to ask Google to play some music and one of the most important things we do is connect people to goods and services that they want to buy and connect businesses to new customer base. Our goal here at Google is to bridge the gap between users who want to know something or

find something in the companies that have the information they're looking for and we do that via variety of services including some of the ones that you see listed right here. But our bread-and-butter really Remains the open web which is the greatest concept Discovery platform that's ever existed and they open web doesn't only live in browsers or web use on a phone but it also Powers much of the content that drives surface is like search an assistant. So why the web what it's free, it's open and anyone is welcome to come make their mark on the web but most importantly its reach is

enormous are over 5 million 5 billion devices connected to the open web and that number is growing at a steady rate. Don't eat, more specifically. There is a massive amount of business taking place online. The majority of user time spent on on Retail Services happens on the web both desktop and mobile. And in that web category, we all know that mole is growing at a pretty steady rate. We also know that we love apps at Google not every user is going to download new apps in a given month. So if you're able to get a user to download your app, that's great. You should continue to focus on

building the best experience for loyal users who have your app and working on a download strategy for your apps on Android and iOS, but the reality is most new users are going to come in via the web and you want to make that a killer experience for them. So they engage with your brand right away and if they want to come back again and again and that ultimately made lie to them downloading rap the web gives you an opportunity to reach a huge new user base and that's why we love it for the Commerce space. However is great as the web is for facilitating an open dialogue and ensuring a Level

Playing Field exists or anyone who wants to publish content and is great as it. Is it allowing Brands to reach audiences. They otherwise never could have there are challenges that plays the future of the open mobile web in an uncertain place and the essence of that challenge is engagements and capabilities, which the date just have not been on par with the engagement and capabilities about you get great unparalleled reach with the web. But a lot of the time the capability engagement isn't where you'd like to see it. But that is changing the tools that allow you to have great engagement on

the mobile web exist and over the next 30 minutes. We're going to talk to you about how you can build this technology into your web presence today. The ultimate goal here is to improve engagement on the web so that it meets or exceeds that of native apps. What was still retaining that great reach that the web has Don't Siri this sounds great. Let's keep our fantastic reach Will adding a splash of Staggering engagement mysterious a perfect world, but in practice the web has a lot of issues and it's a tall order to combat all these problems and we're approaching the challenge

head-on, but there is a lot going on and you can see a few examples here scrolling isn't responsive Pages load slowly content bounces around when late images are ads popping and web doesn't really work. Well offline or on flaky connections. And on top of that other Technologies exist to improve the performance and engagement of websites. We have not always made it easy for developers to take advantage of these Solutions. So they're not always put in a practice. We know that it's time to be Solutions can be complex if they're changing lock. There's an awareness issue of what the latest best

practices are an overall that makes it difficult to understand what the return on your development investment will be or what the ROI might be in terms of dollars today. We want to try to clear up some of that confusion because enabling some of these new web Technologies can have a meaningful impact for your business poor performance has real life consequences, as you can see here over 50% of users will bounce from a site that takes more than 3 seconds to load and 79% of them will ban in that site if they find it difficult to use and in terms of Revenue we've seen that there is a 7%

drop in total revenue for every 1 second delay use their faces. So it's a major issue users are often not finding what they want either because of page didn't load or because the experience afterload was less than stellar. And they're leaving site sooner than they otherwise would have which is a huge Miss growth opportunity. I lost Revenue that affects the growth of your business is obviously important but it's not the only Factor here this slide runs through a bunch of experiences that brings stress to people may include waiting in line at a retail store watching a melodramatic TV show

standing at the edge of a virtual Cliff watching a horror movie and then experiencing mobile delays. So that is correct. Somehow level of stress caused by mobile delays was comprable what's slightly worse than watching a horror movie and it's only surpassed by of all things solving a math problem, which is not an experience anyone wants to give two users of their site. So you got your business that is operating on tight margins to begin with needed to capture every dollar can and you got users who when they come to your slow sites are in need of some serious Zen. So how do we reduce

stress meditation massage mindfulness is great, but maybe a little difficult to impart on shoppers of your site so we can focus instead here and we can actually control improving the overall performance ux and the general experience of visiting an e-commerce site to begin with. Okay, before we dive into that though. We wanted to take a moment to clear up some of the terms involved specifically. I'm from pwi because we've seen a little confusion hear. Some people have been thinking too. Actually, it's vs. DWI and that's understandable. But sometimes came about the same sort

of time. They're both web related and like Adam was saying we throw new stuff at you all the time so I can be hard to differentiate those but left vs. Pwi. So these are not exclusive choices is a complementary approaches When developing for the web. So it's not a pwa pwa together. So let's take a little refresher on their relationship then Okay. So let's start with amp or accelerated mobile Pages amp is an open source project that began a few years ago to help combat performance issues on the web

and there are two key aspects to this first and put the library of components built on top of HTML specifically designed for performance and second the app format mandates a number of rules about its pages that are again focused on maintaining performance, but also an enabling cashing and disability the cash and remote and server remotely is what enables platform serving apps to pre-render them effectively know if that's the technical aspect. The business benefit is that you can think of this is a team of 15 Engineers to go to the management performance compatibility issues on your

site which leaves your own Engineers free to focus directly on the features that you're working on through the end result is that when you combine cashing and pre-rendering implanted loads for user on average in about half a second I want additional piece of have to consider are some of the architectural choice. If you need to make when adopting the technology the most widely used pattern at the moment is recreate a separate version of your page using amp and Link. It is a related resources against your canonical HTML page the same way you might maintain multiple translations that

link version is will get served on Google search or via Twitter or Bing or any of the other platforms that link the app content and well this provides another unobtrusive an incremental way to get into the platform. It does mean that you're two versions of your sight and I can introduce extra overhead. But like I said before amp is a framework of components if you can use those components to build a performance and effective web page. Well aren't those just the the requirements for your web page. Anyway, if amp is working for you is an entry point for some of your users, you might just

want to think about using it as your front-end framework for all of your users and this approach is gaining popularity and a variety of sites have done it to date including the global travel site trip.com what you can see here they serve / Million users in 13 different languages and they just watch the new site that is built entirely in app. Okay. So if Pam is a concrete library and platform then you can think of pwa as the overarching methodology behind all of this and hopefully you've seen us mention these four pillars before so I really want to try and cement this in

your mind's now these are the things we really want you to consider when you're developing for the for the open wet so fast is up there. And that's a goal that we share with them. So performance really does need to be built in from the stop. Next up is integrated and interrelated means a more at like experience with your website. It should feel like it belongs on the device. That means it's opens. It is on window or I can have icons on the home screen of the desktop. Then there's a reliable and that means that you can give me an intelligent experienced regardless of my network

connectivity stay. So no more browser are pages and finally all of these build to create engaging experiences. So that means notifications when I need them. Contempt I can trust just to display when I ask for it. And all of that is wrapped up in a DUI that feels familiar and at home on my device. So we talked about what happens and what pwas and it's important to note that several different patterns exist for combining app and pwa for just using one of the other and we're going to get into that a little bit. What does start here is your classic user

Journey funnel. We're going to focus today and using amp at the top of the funnel in the acquisition and browsing portion of users journey, and I'm pwa at the bottom of the funnel what do users looking to convert and when a business is the naming to build them into a loyal customer retention and re-engagement of the two concepts. But what I want to give you here is a way to frame these ideas in terms of where their strengths are going to give you the biggest Roi so ideally you be able to pick something out of this talk and say that's we're adding to our Sprint when you get back to the

office on Monday. So in Broad terms amp gives you that easy development path for fast sites that strength is going to give you the most value at the top of the funnel as you progress through the funnel. The user is no longer browsing. They've made a decision and your priorities are evolving hear you want those pwa pillars of integrate. And reliability to ensure the conversion portion of the funnel provides the best experience possible so you can build that one. Happy transaction into a repeat customer. What start with the first step in e-commerce training which is the acquisition of a new

user of the entry points to your site will tell you a little bit about 1/2 looks like when put into practice and some of the success sites are saying and then we'll dive into some of the tech you can use to customize your pages. And what matters most here at the beginning its Speed and Performance in this series of to get shows why on the left you have the non-emergent of a user fighting a product on the website for B&H photo and video, which is one of the largest camera retailers in the world. And on the right, you have the app version when properly implemented the user on the app page is

able to complete their transaction before the non abuser even gets too full of you the first page. So why is speed so important in this first discovery phase where you're really differentiating yourself from the competition if I'm looking for a particular brand of camera that I'm looking for a list of suppliers also in the same or similar products if I tap on one of those options and it doesn't load immediately. I might not wait around I'm probably just going to go on to the next site until the reality is that most sites aren't that fast if you have a super fat side up unload it can

really make you stand out. We've already seen tons of sides do this in the counter space. Do you three examples here from three top sites across the globe and we just want to point out when we say e-commerce here. We don't just mean retail. We're talking about travel and other transactions for the closest. Well the first examples from one of the largest retailers in Brazil magazine, luiza who recently launched app versions of most of their product listing Pages. We also have an example from Priceline Global travel site that serves 1.5 million daily active users and they just launched

Aunt versions for a bunch of their hotel Pages for cities states and different countries and they're working on growing at an presents to other types of content as well. And then finally, we see an example from Flipkart the Indian travel brand who's no stranger to Performance boosting and they were the first side ever to launch a pwa. Don't we talk about intraplex? We want to make sure that people understand the point of entry is not limited to referrals from Google. There are over a dozen top platforms globally data link to amp Pages some of them utilize a cash and subdue the fastest

possible version of an app page will load when a cash is involved, but whether it is or not and pages on these platforms to mean a faster experience for your concert when users find it Where cash is involved. However, we see the truly instant version of amped come into play. Google Leverage is a cash nearly everywhere at links to amp Pages including an AdWords which began to link two amps at the end of last year and the early results so far have been pretty promising. As you can see here from the experience of the online retailer merchology amp pages are faster. And that means an increase

in conversions is also working on a betta to bring the power of amp to product listing ads or PLA and we're excited to announce it to the top Landing pay providers instapage and unbounce and both embrace the app format instapage launch full app support and they're offering just last week. You can check it out. It's live. It looks great on unbalanced is Alpha Testing out with a few of their clients before fully rolling out. As far as results go over all here a few additional metrics. It's lights are sing eCommerce Merchants like AliExpress the global retail Market Place in Overstock online

Home Goods store or seeing increases in revenue and conversion following their deployment of amp in Twitter is an overall reduction and paid for it abandonment 4nem pages on its platform. It's worth noting that AliExpress is example here is a mobile site built all in so they aren't using a parrot approach that we were referencing a few minutes ago for the mobile version of their website. They do still have a separate desktop version and given their strong implementation in the success. They're saying we're going to use them as a reference implementation and some slides to come. Now that we

talked a little bit about how amp leverages speed to drive an increase in important business metrics. Let's dive into some of the technology that allows you to customize your amps and Bridge together and amp in a pwa and for that I'm going to have it off the Run. Oh, thank you Adam. Okay, so we created our fast entry point and that's grab. Potential customers interest but there a few more steps before we purchase when I don't come with an exact product in mind. I come with a problem that I want to sell. So maybe I'm thinking it's time to replace my old sofa

or perhaps. I'm thinking of getting some shots the unjust black or gray. I'm not but what if I was what I would need is a way of narrowing down that white us election to the end product. So is that mentioned we're going to take a look at AliExpress and what they're doing with their own content. So here you can see how they've done filtering in sorting we can see the the drop-down bath that lets me sort by price and we can see the sidewalk coming out that lets me filter by color to look at how we can create some of these components inside of them.

Starting with filtering you can see in this simplified example. There are two main components. We've got the list of products that we want to display at the bottom and we've got the controls to filter them at the top looks like a look at that arm lift tag Fest The Source attribute yet it specifying a Jason and point. They will return the day that to populate our template default full list of products. The Second Source attribute is in square brackets, and that's because we're using the functionality of them find ya the brackets tell us that we want to bind the value of the list

Source variable to this. What's a tribute and that means when listsource changes we're going to update or less Now we need to provide some UI to actually allow the user to change that very full. So since is still a chamel we can use our standard form controls yet. Anyways car radio button to toggle the color. You can see that I've populated the on attribute. This is a Moines convention for basically creating a sort of event listener and I'm listening for the change of them when I get that. I'm going to update list source to include yellow if the options check that's it if their color

if I select a color in the form of a variable am I let's go reload. Let's generalize bypassing. What you do is you set up your list with a dynamic source, and then you add form controls to update the source and it's pretty simple pretty flexible. So please have proof that imma show you a couple other applications of this. We jump over to sorting then we got the same. Let's set up here the bottom and the form of the top the difference here is that instead of alternating the path on the Boolean variable that I had before. I'm just pulling out prevent value. I'm dropping that straight

until I get from a tap sokkia, if we wanted to add a new user option like sort by rating then all we have to do is support her honor endpoint and then we just add the option into the phone and it's going to work. Okay. And it's not just static form controls either we can use the same functionality to take the value of the use a types and pass that along to a back-end. We can see here at the NBA experimenting with this to provide autosuggest on destinations this one. We're not making you Sophie at change event here because uses May well be typing a bit

faster than the services were timing and results. So instead of making use of the input the bounced event that allows us to smooth that involves a little bit so we get the results. Okay, finally then the configuration of that list isn't always based on user input but actually use a context. So in this example from the aptly-named amp by example.com whistling some geolocation now behind the scenes we're doing a geoip lookup on us, so it's not precise location, but

Jen will use our area. This is perfect for doing something like listing nearby stores for product collection the touch I like Kiara's the dummy items beforehand so that we can see something as the content is loading. I don't see how that's done. When the initial call goes off to the server has Candace play fullback content using the placeholder Ashby so down at the bottom. We're using that to show those dummy items when I request comes back, we're replacing that with our populated template, but to the user it kind of looks like a smooth transition in and also for a little bonus material,

we recently announced a Geo and so this lets you do CDG a location to Country level which can be used to doing things like picking price for him a thing or delivery options. Okay, so take a little breather cuz we made it through the first stage of our final on the one thing. We really want you to take away from this section is that speed is key back was isshin, but that doesn't mean you need to sacrifice Rich content as well. That's simple passing. If I'm fine with them list can let you display that you can buy in the Speedy display of cached content with layering in of personalized data

conversion. That means we fill out fast entry point. I found the product to that one. So let's go ahead and buy it. The steps I want to examine here then is at the cot. So going to stick with AliExpress and we will see how they built this in page experience using m. First we're going to need today's stock show to store the product that we want ad for a basket. Now, we populated that with the date. We know already that's the country named the price for mounting the quantity only have these null placeholders, which of the additional options were going to configure in the

page. We need Zam find against fill in those placeholders when they use at apps on the size. We're grabbing that value on when mapping it until I die to stop shop Wilson mapping it back to an element on the screen so that use that has some visual feedback for something has happened. I'm going to use that bind as well to map those products properties into the hidden input. So I had to cut forum. I finally did it snow ingredient here is the action xhr attribute which again is Dance convention for allowing the in page form request. So now when the response comes back we can update the page

confirmation message. Okay, so we've done Advocate within page in fractions in that means we set a high bar for Speed but what happens when I make the transition off of them if we just presented to use with a slow spin up then wood-burning all of that good will that we built up in the first stage now instead while we know when making a transition maybe from cash to hosted from amp to the white of pwa world we don't want the user to know it we want this to feel like a seamless consistent progression Conveniently, that's a perfect segue into a core concept

for Progressive web apps the service now, I can act like a caching proxy server between Europe and the network and that means that we can go ahead and we can warm up that cash before the user even gets that. And then we make use of The Amp Install service worker tax to start this process with providing both the service worker location and an iframe on automating cuz the service worker can only be installed a mod to me. Once the install starts. We're ready to start prepping that content. Insert show you a super simple base. Yeah, I'm so in here what we doing it during the install.

We're cashing what I like to call the site Furniture. So that's tough. Like your phone's your header images and so on. And then we have a fat chance left. So when they use at apps to go to the new page the Pet Sounds like kicks in and starts having our cache content and this is just a very tip of what you can do. So I highly recommend checking out my Wilcox library to get some production pathan so you can make yourself yet. Okay, we focused on the fast pillow for my pencil and that's fine. But it's not the whole story cash and can solve some of these problems but browsing but not the state

changes like had to cut and we don't want to use our dropping out at this critical stage. Just because our connection shop. This was a problem that one of the real pioneers of Commerce on the web set out to solve an eBay as much as most of you probably know is the Online Marketplace where you can find a 1.1 billion listings for over 23 billion dollars of transactions just in the first quarter of this year alone. So reliability is absolutely core to that experience for them and they've been walking to enable that add to cart button to work offline. Now, I really

love this use case because it's not about trying to make the entire site work offline or do some kind of crazy user experience latex a critical part of the use of Johnny and they focused on making that reliable solving a real business problem. Stucki don't think of offline and online is binary States instead. We should be thinking about the bust Network independent advocaat It's Just Bats not as catchy for putting on a slide. So really what happens here, is that eBay simplifies the shopping experience? I don't have to consider my cell phone signal when I press that button. All

I know is I want a new phone. I press the button eBay takes care of the rest. Let's look at how we can do that first. I would default Behavior if I tap out Scott, but the connection isn't that their Quest fails and drops out. So what do we need to do? Instead when my request fails we're going to capture the details that we need Sunday again and place them. When we reconnect we retrieve that data recreate our request and resend it simple enough concept. So let's dive into a little code. First I need to go back to my Chandler again. And what I'm doing is I'm intercepting those

Advocate post request always be specific when you're doing something like this cuz you don't want unintended Side Effects by interfering with other requests from your app. Next we far off that request if it succeeds, right we've got nothing else to do. However, if it fails we want to pull out the request details, I've cleaned the request yet because the body has already been right and you can alleviate baby get once I'm using the local for its Library just to give me a simple key value store and the currents time temp current timestamp is Mikey and I'm saving the request body mount we'd

saved our request. We want the matching functionality to retrieve it as well and its function back in my client logic. I'm it's racing through the existing entries and I'm using the timestamp just to filter out the ones from the last 10 minutes cuz I don't really want to randomly add stuff to the uses caught hours. Later. I'm using that save data to just build a new post request for the same add to cart action and send it. I'm finally I've attached this function to listen for the online event in the browser. And that means when the page register is online again, it will

kick in an attempt to send all of those requests, but you should also be hooking up the fucking to stop him from other places as well like page load or service worker activation. I'm prepping with bonus content as well. Don't take a look at the background Sync API for what you might be able to do with this in the future. Okay, very briefly then cuz we've worked hard to get the use of this far. We should probably take some money from them that said Adam and I are already primed way too much content into this talk. So we just want to give a shout out some of the other talks but it doing this

so I can fax directly after this one stage 7. There's a Google pay best practices talk if you want to keep the e-commerce thing going I'm a cop runs down the street. Let's take a look at what we can do after the sale to try and turn this person into a repeat customer not to have repeat customers in any type of way of actually getting back to us an app to home screen as a way to do this that is super easy to implement but it's not always relevant. The home screen is for daily quick access and just someone like an airliner Furniture Company then success for you is not measured in daily active

users that your precious patterns are seasonal a periodic. So what if you could give me something personal instead? Let's have ordered that new sofa on the order confirmation page. You can give me an option to track my order when I tap that I'll be prompted to add the order to my home screen, but take a look at how we can make that happen. On the confirmation page we're linking to the Manifest. But in this case, it's not a static file. It's a dynamic resource with a custom name and image of start your allowance on. We also don't want to just randomly trigger this at the home screen prompt.

We only want to do it in response to the use of pressing the button. So this is something you should actually add on all of your pages to ensure that you're intercepting the after we capture the before install prompt event and prevent it from showing and then we reach regret for the click listener for I brought a quarter button. I'm at the Malco Theater right there on my home screen and it's not the homepage of the furniture site. It's going to the current status of my order. The benefit here is when my order is done. You can maybe just show me a message saying that it's fine to me to delete

the icon now or you can maybe show me some additional products and perhaps perhaps I should get that matching coffee table as well. Anyway, if you do this, you need a way of measuring the success and there are three places. You should be checking. Let's revisit wear with triggering that from get here. We can expand the result of the prompt in this case. I'm firing the Google analytics events for the for the installed and dismissed events. Next up you can use it unique location for you start your all that was only be used by a manifest here again. I just added some Google analytics campaign

Brown at the end of my URL. Improv final signal going to make use of this displaced emblem property and that's what's causing all apps to launch in eastern window without any of the browser controls and turns out this process can be matched with a CSS media queries. So here are we using match media to detect Standalone mode Android to another and let expect this is important because users made deep link into a web app meaning they aren't triggering a launch from the home screen and it would go with these three signals, you know measuring installs launches and usage for your app. Okay,

since I mentioned other recent you out I'd like to finish with a little message about notifications. I'm not going to show code yet because that's actually the easy pot potentially. It's even too easy cuz I keep hitting fights that as soon as you land on go to main ask you for the notification commission. This is spammy behavior, which cuts the ecosystem and when I say that's the ecosystem. I mean it hurts you as developers cuz we stopped making it harder to use these features. So I want to be able to get useful push notifications and to do that. It means I need all of you to

really Champion the best practices here. So I wanted to make sure that every notification you send satisfies these three things who it should be personal information to me. Like it's my delivery or to sale an item that I'm watching. And then what is in what has actually happened. If you can give me everything I need concisely in the notification. I may not even need to tap it and when and that means sending them at appropriate times and expiring one of them when they're no longer needed. So, what does that look like when you pull it all together look something like this. It's personal

to me. It's giving me enough information to act without tapping on that 5 minute warning was worth interrupting. So if that's the case, I better head over there so I can relax on my new sofa and I'll hand it back over to Adam. Extron gives me okay. So using a service worker and building a pwa can meet an uptick in business metrics just like we saw earlier with them and Starbucks for example launch the pwa last year and they've seen their daily and monthly active users in this format double. Restifo funnel going from acquisition via super fast in three pages using amp

to converting and retaining users via pwa. We talked a lot about how these Technologies work separately. But we also want to highlight that they can work together and then a couple of different patterns to do so because after all in the case of both amp and pwa we're just talking about web pages, the two technologies are complementary ways of achieving different goals each with their own strengths and each with their own challenges. But when they're combined you get to enjoy the benefits of both amp and pwa give you a future Rich experience that starts fast and stays fast. To the

first example here is one 800 Flowers which delivers Flowers and Gifts to over a hundred and fifty two different countries across the globe. They're looking at Pages which serve as an entry point into their site into a pwa within that pwa there. Also leveraging Google sign on is an identity solution and they're allowing users to check out via Google pay. It's a great example of not only utilizing a pin pwa together, but several different pieces of the mobile web toolkit and in early testing 1 800-Flowers, so 50% conversion increase with their pwa Shopclues

a leading Ecommerce player in Indiana with a Marketplace for tier 2 3 and 4 cities also launch the app and pwa integration last year and similar to 1-800 Flowers and pages are serving his entry points to their site and they vent leaking through pwa in the framework. Help them see an increase in conversions or reduction and load time and a reduction in bounce rate. Add a pattern of Lincoln key ramps into a blinking your apps into a pwa isn't the only solution there's another pattern for combining amp and pwa that is beginning to emerge. Were you use the two together in the same document?

What are user visits at the page through an app cash? They get the app pay when they continue their Journey on to the site origin. They get the full amp and pwa experience including the speed and turn key ux of amp and the extended capabilities in pwa to do this is the one we showed earlier which is just a tad of service worker with basic cashing to an existing app page from there. You can lay around other pwa features. If you like including push notifications more advanced cashing in offline support and add to homescreen prompt and Alternate pattern is to build your pw8 of your

kind of app shelfie ramp documents, which themselves function is constant pictures. This pattern can be a little more complex and it might require a little bit more work to make it work. We have seen some sights do so including card.com, which is an online retailer that makes phone cases as well as the global. Call Brian BMW and one benefit of either pattern on top of Speed and Performance games. Is it a simply build upon any investment you've already made with amp so you can reuse that work? All right, so that is about it, and we learned a few things today how to start fast with your amp

pages and stay fast with your pwa so that you can successfully combine this entry points of amp with a down funnel engagement rules of a pwi. We talked about how to customize amp pages and how to set notifications via the web. Users. We talked about service worker and apps custom library, and we talked about company Source Inc success with each of these formats as well as some seeing success by come by in the floor mats together. The bottom line is we know the web has amazing reach and the tools now exist to help ensure its capabilities in the web has great engagement and profitability as

well as you can check out technical documentation on our website, or feel free to stick around after the talk to ask questions, and I will be here and then we'll be in the mobile app sandbox later. We can't wait to see what you felt. Thank you.

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