AMP newsletter emails template first steps.

This is the first test of new AMP mails technology. The introduction of such a letter threatens to become one of the biggest revolutions on the Internet over the past few years.

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AMP email template for e-commerce with interactive elements

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Send interactive AMP emails to clients.

The milestone of letters is the most non-ruling area in programming. Everything is as it was in the 2000s.

Free version on GitHub / Premium Version on Code Market

AMP for Email lets email senders uses AMP in their email messages to support a whole host of new features. Emails written with AMP can contain interactive elements, like image carousels or accordions, content stays up-to-date in the message, and the ability for recipients to take action like responding to a form all without leaving their inbox.

AMP for Email is compatible with existing emails. The AMP version of the message is embedded into the email as a new MIME part, in addition to the HTML and plaintext, ensuring compatibility across all mail clients.

Follow this tutorial to build and send your first dynamic email powered by AMP. You can view the finished code here.

AMP ready email template — Email clients Supports

  • Gmail
  • Yahoo
  • Mail
  • Outlook
  • Mail.ru

Contains components

  • Email amp Accordion
  • Email amp Anim
  • Email amp Base-carousel
  • Email amp Bind
  • Email amp Carousel
  • Email amp Fit-text
  • Email amp Form
  • Email amp Image-lightbox
  • Email amp Img
  • Email amp Lightbox
  • Email amp List
  • Email amp Selector
  • Email amp Sidebar

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Send interactive AMP emails to clients.

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AMP email template for e-commerce amp Base-carousel carousel and interactive buttons
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AMP email template for Blogs and shops with amp interactive elements

In summary

The technology is very promising, but so far it’s crude, many of the things stated do not work as they should.

For example, the validator markup swears on some code inserted from the official documentation.

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