I am working on a project to convert some documentation into a mobile-friendly form. The current documentation is outdated and is using MediaWiki, and the formatting is extremely unfriendly for mobile. In addition it is organized in an extremely confusing way. Since I am doing this as a third party, unrelated to the company that wrote the original documentation, I have more or less free reign on designing the site.
I was considering developing a Progressive Web App to display AMP content, as I found that recommendation in AMP's documentation, although the page now seems to be a 404. Part of my reasoning is that my main motivation for developing this site is to make the documentation better for mobile and better organized, and adopting AMP would force me to develop with that in mind. It may also help improve search rankings.
Although AMP is said to be designed for static content, most information around it, including Google's example for PWA+AMP, seems to focus on blogs and news articles. Now a Wiki-esque documentation is not a periodical-publication like a news article or blog.
Is AMP a suitable format for non-periodical websites? Or should I simply stick with making the website responsive using something like Bootstrap?
I apologize if I haven't been very specific in regards to what is "suitable" as I'm still going through the AMP documentation, so I don't have very specific questions yet.