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[Master Feature] Doc-level infinite scroll #14059

ericlindley-g opened this Issue Mar 16, 2018 · 3 comments



ericlindley-g commented Mar 16, 2018

Support document-level infinite scroll, such that when the user reaches the end of the core content of an AMP document (an article, a product detail page, etc), a call can be made to an arbitrary endpoint to fetch additional documents to be dynamically loaded into the view. For the best user experience, users should never see a loading spinner, but instead should either be presented with already-loaded results, or a "recommended content" section to navigate to more.

@ericlindley-g ericlindley-g added this to the Prioritized FRs milestone Mar 16, 2018

@ericlindley-g ericlindley-g self-assigned this Mar 16, 2018

@ericlindley-g ericlindley-g added this to Feature Backlog in AMP HTML Project Roadmap via automation Mar 16, 2018

@ericlindley-g ericlindley-g moved this from Feature Backlog to In Progress in AMP HTML Project Roadmap Mar 16, 2018


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ampprojectbot commented Jun 5, 2018

This issue doesn't have a category which makes it harder for us to keep track of it. @ericlindley-g Please add an appropriate category.


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amedina commented Sep 29, 2018

Is this capability going to be implemented by removing the limitations of amp-next-page?


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ericlindley-g commented Sep 30, 2018

Yep — the implementation of this feature is amp-next-page. It's available to use as an experiment now, and when we've fixed some bugs that have been identified (analytics in particular, as well as signaling the "active" document so the display & sharing URLs can be updated to match), then the feature will launch to general availability.

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