AMP

Conclusion and What’s Next

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Congratulations! You’ve completed our series of Web Development with AMP courses! You’ve built a feature-rich cheese bike shop site, an imitation video site, and a basic e-commerce page. You’ve learned how to build AMP pages, look for and use AMP components, handle user interactions with events and actions, build web forms, bind components to state variables, and dynamically display content from the server.

So where do you go from here? It’s time to get out there, keep learning, start creating, and participate in the AMP community!

Most importantly, stay curious. Think about how other popular websites work, and practice building them with AMP. As you build amazing web experiences for others, don’t forget to share what you’ve learned with the rest of the community. Open-source your work where possible, write blog posts, or tell us when you’ve built something you’re proud of. If you hit snags along the way, let us know, because the community will be happy to help you along. Don’t forget to reach back and help others along as well.

Of course, in these courses, we could only cover a portion of AMP’s powerful features. If you’re looking for more learning resources, there are more guides and tutorials available on the official AMP website. Additionally, the AMP examples section contains many examples of how to build modern websites and tackle common web development problems using AMP. Finally, the AMP library is constantly being developed and improved. Make sure to check back frequently for new features!

Good luck! We look forward to seeing what you build with AMP!