AMP (Accelerated Mobile Pages) is good for a number of things, such as news sites and other content heavy sites from major parties. I tried implementing an AMP site for my personal / web development blog and, while it works and I'm generally happy, had need of some hackery to make it work. This repo provides that hackery in a dedicated location.
Note: I don't recommend a personal blog implementing AMP. Mine was a trial and I learned a lot about AMP and that it's not what I need.
None. There's no build process, dev tooling, or otherwise. Static HTML drives
Point to the live URL of the respective page and embed away with
Check the source of the files. If you're here and interested, it should read pretty cleanly.
This follows the example given from disqus.
Similarly for GitHub gist embeds, including availability of single file selection. This was superseded in my implementation in my blog, so it's included more for historical reference.
AMP does a few things well, and a few things less-so. This brings my hackery involving
amp-iframe embeds into a single, dedicated location.