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Does GSAP developers has any plans to integrate with Google AdWords ?

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Dear GSAP developers do you have any news about integrating process with Google?

Can we expect in the near future GSAP on Google servers?

Because today in Google AdWords specs we only have:

 

All code and assets must be referenced using a relative path to resources included in the .ZIP file. No external references are allowed except references to:

  • Google Fonts
  • Google-hosted jQuery

 

Please share with us your thoughts and future plans about this question!

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I think that in this case, solution may be to give Google all right to host GSAP on their servers like he do with jQuery if he afraid of other servers :) Maybe is this solution and for Adobe to give Google all right to host Edge Runtime on their servers.

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For now, you can download TweenMax or TweenLite/EasePack/CSS Plugin etc keep them zipped up in the same folder with your ad so you can reference them locally.  Gzipped, the minified files won't increase the file size too horribly.

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Sorry for the late response. It's a little tricky, but rest assured the ball is in Google courts. We are actively seeking an amazing solution for everyone.

 

However, an important factor is showing demand. I encourage everyone to contact your Google / AdWords reps (courteously) and express your desire to use GSAP without file size penalties or referencing it locally.

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I just noticed an encouraging new bullet point on the adwords HTML5 ad specs page: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176108

 

...under the section "All other HTML5 ads" in the row labeled "Upload requirements" it now says we can externally reference "Google-hosted Greensock" YAY! (now does anyone have that google CDN link?)

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I just noticed an encouraging new bullet point on the adwords HTML5 ad specs page: https://support.google.com/adwordspolicy/answer/176108

 

...under the section "All other HTML5 ads" in the row labeled "Upload requirements" it now says we can externally reference "Google-hosted Greensock" YAY! (now does anyone have that google CDN link?)

This is awesome news!!

 

I wonder if that refers to the DoubleClick CDN?  https://support.google.com/richmedia/answer/6307288

 

(I don't know of any other Google-hosted Greensock links, but it would have been nice if they specified).

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Yeah we just found out today that AdWords is now allowing Google-hosted GreenSock. And yes, that means you should use the urls that DoubleClick is providing for AdWords. This is what we have been told directly from AdWords.

 

We are thrilled to about this news and plan on making an official announcement.

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Yeah we just found out today that AdWords is now allowing Google-hosted GreenSock. And yes, that means you should use the urls that DoubleClick is providing for AdWords. This is what we have been told directly from AdWords.

 

We are thrilled to about this news and plan on making an official announcement.

WoW! That is amazing news. Carl, could you give me that links for doubleclick or explain how to find them?

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But unfortunately adwords does not allow this links for right now... 

 

https://yadi.sk/i/dsBOfHssm6ake

When did you get that error?  They seem to be officially supporting them now.

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This is great news. Now just wish that all the Google platforms supported Custom Fonts!!!!

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