Google would have a genuine interest in speeding up the whole web on mobile, it could simply preload resources of non-AMP pages as well
AMP: the missing controversy
Ferdy Christant
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Well. Preloading all pages, including pages that do not take the small-css, & simple native-js limits as well means preloading VERY HEAVY pages.

As it is now — I already disagree with preloading, especially as people with poor connections are people with bandwidth limit who pay by downloaded MB, which are going to suffer financially.

For these people — Preloading everyting is plain rediculous.

So true — the performance boost is not because of AMP, but AMP makes a page tollerable” to preload

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