And, the truth is that some developers are involved in the project who are not exactly unknown and who clearly indicate that the bet is strong and that the intention is to get a fully functional job. An example is that Brian Swetland and Travis Geiselbrech They are shipped and, these, have behind them operating systems as interesting as for example webOS. Therefore, Fuchsia is being endowed with wickers of recognized solvency.
The final version of the use of Android apps on Chromebooks closer
Not much is known about work, but the truth is that the claim is the most striking: an operating system that is capable of working on devices that are part of the Internet of Things (IoT) and, also, on others such as example phones, tablets and computers. Therefore, the first thing that comes to mind is that I would look for something that has been talked about for a long time: the fusion of Android and Chrome OS (Although this would not happen in the short or medium term).
Two kernels in parallel for Fuchsia
This is what is being done at the moment. One is called LK and it is the simpler of the two. It would be intended for devices that are not complex – and that do not require extensive manipulation by users. The other kernel, called Magenta, is the same for complex products, and its base would be the previous one so that the compatibility is complete. The case is that the first data from Fuchsia can be seen in GitHub.
But there are other interesting details that have been learned about Fuchsia from published documentation. An example of what we indicate is that the basis of the operating system is the language Dart from Google itself and the compatibility with Vulkan and OpenGL would be complete. In addition, everything indicates that open source would be present and that MIT and Apache 2.0 licenses they would be from the game.
Thinking of a Chromebook? This is how Android applications run [vídeo]
In short, could we be facing the future Google operating system that would unify those currently on the market such as Android? Well, everything indicates that this is the case but, yes, its implementation is still far away as it is still in “diapers”.