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Predicting future e-commerce technologies on Google I/O 2019

First of all, what’s Google I/O? It is an annual developer conference held by Google in Mountain View, California. I/O was inaugurated in 2008 and is organized by the executive team. “I/O” stands for input/output, as well as the slogan “Innovation in the Open”.

What's Google IO

Over the year Google has created new solutions based on technology and market trends, during this event they grouped them over 3 days explanation and exploration, watching this event is a great opportunity to “predict the future”, checking the trends that will become popular soon and that Google is going to invest in the next couple of years, so take your notes, think in possibilities and be prepared for it.

Themes Google IO 2019


You are able to tag as favorite the talks that most interest you through the schedule page, I already have my favorites, but these I selected as the most potential e-commerce trends.

Building Powerful Checkout Experiences with Google Pay

Going Big: PWAs Come to Desktop and Chrome OS

How to Build an E-Commerce Site with AMP

Google Pay

Build Fast and Smooth Web Apps from Feature Phone to Desktop

Dynamic AMP emails

AMP for Email: Coming Soon to an Inbox Near You

Securing Web Apps with Modern Platform Features

Intro to the Google Assistant: Build Your First Action

Live Coding A Machine Learning Model from Scratch

Web App Reviews

Review my site! Tools & checks to improve performance, accessibility & UX

Create App-like Experiences on Google Search and the Google Assistant

Rapidly Building Better Web Experiences with AMP

Lightning Talk: Faster Web Navigation with Predictive Prefetching

Trusted Web Apps

Speed at Scale: Web Performance Tips and Tricks from the Trenches


Learn about the latest and greatest Google technologies on their ready-to-code page, you’ll see a lot of examples about how to use the new technologies and how could you start to apply them today. I recommend these 3 below, but you can check the complete Codelabs list made for other Google events here.

Thank you

Thank you for reading this article, which technologies do you think might impact most the e-commerce as we know today? Let me know in the comments below.