Tag: AMP

Don’t include external JS for custom content example Goodreads

On many websites, you can have content embedded from other sites and one way that most external sites will offer will be to include a script that’s hosted on their website.

But if all that script does is including some remote content there are better ways to get that, that will provide customizations and performance.

For example, the website Goodreads offers such an embed JS with a list of the latest books you read, and you must include the script where you want the content to be shown. But that has a long list of drawbacks: the script uses the old API document.write, is a script and can’t be loaded in AMP, the scripts write very old style HTML with tags like center, attributes like border which again is not valid AMP, then also that script will be loaded for every request, so you’ll have one additional request. View full article

Build a Simple WordPress commenting system on top of the native one with AMP support

There are a lot of commenting system plugins out there but most of them come with a cost, and sometimes just building a simple WordPress commenting system on top of the native commenting system can be enough.

The main features of this system will be:

  • Comments will be only loaded if the user clicks a button
  • Comments will be submitted and fetched by JS
  • Comments will have paginations fetched by JS
  • Comments will have some JS interactivity
  • Comments will have the reply feature enabled
  • The comment system will have an AMP implementation
  • The comment system will have a no JS implementation
  • Comments will work the same on AMP with our own script

The first thing will have to do for our system is to make some custom REST API for the JS to fetch. View full article