It's not a big secret Google is working on a new mysterious operating system for a long time. Last August we all came to know about Google’s this project named “Fuchsia's”. This mysterious OS of Google is in news and developers are talking about it since last year. This new upcoming operating system is based on new Google-built Kernel named “Magenta”, Unlike Android and Chrome OS which are based on Linux. It can be seen Fuchsia have come a long way in the process of its development since last August and Google is continuously working on it. Google just shared a UI of the OS featuring card-based design.
The user interface embedded in the OS is called Armadillo and it will serve as the default system UI for Fuchsia.Armadillo is basically developed in Google’s Flutter SDK, which is used to build cross-platform code that can be run on multiple operating systems like Android, iOS. Apparently, can be considered that app developed here can also run on Fuchsia.
The video which shows the UI of the Fuchsia gives a proper knowledge about the agenda of the OS. Armadillo in the OS focuses smartphone and tablets and built largely around a card-based system to handle or manage multiple apps at one time. This user interface allows the user to drag different cards for use in a split screen or tabbed interface.The developers are just giving their views and opinions regarding this new sensation from the Google. Google is working on multiple projects for app world which also includes instant apps. Develops and the user is eagerly waiting for the new innovations from Google. Though it is very early to say anything about Fuchsia, as Google is still working on it. Is it future of mobile OS that will replace Android? Is Google is just experimenting with new UI and UX in name of this project? These all questions will be answered in the coming time we just have to wait.
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