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Not to be a snail, use AMP HTML email 🐌

As you may know, Google announced AMP HTML email, which can be very useful to increase email’s performance. I want to shed light on this feature in Aspose.Email.

What is AMP HTML for email?

Imagine, if emails could provide dynamic content, with the ability to update data included in emails? 😊
As you know, email messages are static and don’t change after they were sent. But, in the fast-pacing world of technologies, we are used to rapid progress. So, it's time for email messages to change too!
With AMP HTML email, its content can be updated after the email was sent, ensuring timeliness and relevancy.

AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is a developer’s package from Google for developing a lightweight system with more rapid loads. AMP is a framework made up with HTML, JavaScript and CSS - a standard to create user-first web content.

Why AMP HTML for email?

APM HTML technology is based on web technologies, so you won’t get lost in it. It provides own validator and a set of custom elements to empower basic HTML.

Using AMP HTML email allows to increase the interactivity of your messages and add more usability. Now you can do some actions within the email interface, like: fill out questionnaires or schedule appointments, add photo carousels, include last news and RSVP to an online event, such as meetings or webinars, etc.

Speed up emails with AMP HTML

By using parts of Google’s AMP Project for email, Aspose.Email increases messages download speed, that is especially critical while working with mobile users.

AMP HTML also gives applications a way to cache and serve content with great efficiency.
You can see the code snippet, which demonstrates creating, saving, and updating AMP Emails using Aspose.Email API here. 👈

Aspose.Email API, also allows you to manipulate email storages, and to use this functionality you don’t need to install any other dependencies.

Questions time.

👇👇👇Please share your thoughts in the comments below.👇👇👇
Do you already use AMP HTML emails?

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