After years of waiting, the Fuchsia system developed by Google may finally meet with you. Like Android, macOS and Windows, Fuchsia is also an operating system, which has been developed by Google as an open-source project in recent years.
Although it is open source, Google has kept the project confidential for many years. Recently, however, the Fuchsia team began to accept contributions from developers. One of its goals is to create a secure operating system that is not built on Linux.
Although the system does not run on Linux, Google recently announced a proposal – how Fuchsia can still run applications written for the Linux platform, including Android applications, while maintaining security and safety.
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Fuchsia has been tested on various devices. Some people believe that the system may become a cross-platform unified system for Google in the future, which can run on almost anything including mobile phones, laptops, and Internet of Things devices.
So far, Fuchsia is only available to those who take the time to download the source code, build it yourself, and install it on one of the few supported devices or run it through an emulator. The only versions of Fuchsia are internal versions, such as “fishfood”, “teamfood”, and “dogfood”. The “dogfood” test was conducted a year ago, and foreign media speculated that Google will launch some public versions of Fuchsia next.
According to Google’s usual development and release process, dogfood should be the last test stage to reach the public. If the final internal testing goes well, it is entirely possible for Google to bring Fuchsia to developers in advance.
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