If you follow a lot of Android news, odds are, you’ve heard at least something about a mysterious Google project known as Fuchsia. And odds are, you’re at least somewhat confused about what it actually is and what it’s intended to do.
Let me assure you: You aren’t alone.
Fuchsia, for the uninitiated, is an “early-stage experimental project” within Google. It’s been under development since at least 2017 â€” and it’s open source, which means anyone can peek at the code and even install the software on certain devices. (Pro tip: You can actually check it out from your browser right now, too, thanks to an independently created Fuchsia web demo. Fair warning, though: There’s really not much to it.)
Source: Computer World – All Content