Do you build things with AMP? If you do, please fill out the new AMP Developer Survey! We run this survey quarterly, so please fill this out even if you've responded to earlier surveys!
AMP is a web component framework for easily creating user-first websites, stories, ads, emails and more.
AMP is an open source project, and we'd love your help making it better!
Want to know more about AMP?
- amp.dev is the best place to learn more about AMP--and of course the site is made using AMP!
- For developers using AMP, amp.dev includes
Having a problem using AMP?
- The amp.dev Support page has resources for getting help.
- Use Stack Overflow to ask questions about using AMP and find answers to questions others have asked.
- Let us know about bugs, and file feature requests to suggest improvements.
- AMP accepts responsible security disclosures through the Google Application Security program.
Want to help make AMP better?
- CONTRIBUTING.md has information on how you can help improve AMP, including ongoing participation through Slack, weekly design reviews, etc.
- We strongly encourage code contributions!
- We enthusiastically welcome new contributors to AMP even if you have no experience being part of an open source project. We've made it easy to get started contributing.
- Consider joining one of AMP's Working Groups, where most of the day-to-day work in AMP gets done.
Other useful information
- AMP's release documentation provides details on how and when AMP releases new versions, including how to know when a change is live in a release.
- AMP's roadmap provides details on some of the significant projects we are working on.
- The AMP meta repository has information about the AMP open source project, including AMP's governance.
- AMP's code of conduct documents how all members, committers and volunteers in the community are required to act. AMP strives for a positive and growing project community that provides a safe environment for everyone.