Google hasn’t uncovered much about Fuchsia OS freely, however occasionally, it discreetly drops clues and hints which further certify the advancement of the baffling OS.
Presently, Google has authoritatively propelled the Fuchsia OS designer site, fuchsia.dev. This isn’t the first run through the site has been spotted. Soon after Google I/O, the site went live for a concise time despite the fact that it had no substance on it.
Fuchsia.dev is currently live indeed with documentation and the logo of Fuchsia. It has current documentation identified with the source code, Zircon kernel, and other reference information.
Users who are as of now acquainted with Fuchsia in detail probably won’t locate any new data there since it’s equivalent to Fuchsia Git. In any case, it is very useful to have every one of the information in one spot and it is surely superior to anything scouring envelopes as the substance is presently accessible.
The site portrays Fuchsia as an “open source working framework,” and it explains that “Fuchsia isn’t Linux.” “[It is] a secluded, ability based operating system.”
We can anticipate that more data should appear on Fuchsia.dev in the coming future as the group has just set up semi-open reference information for both the Dart and Rust programming languages on the site.
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