THE Fuchsia, Google’s new operating system, should allow native use of applications developed for Android e Linux on your own platform. According to the website 9to5Google, the Mountain View company wants to make it easier to use programs in the new operating system that is expected to succeed Android at some point.
This would be done by translating the software programming codes from one platform to another. The translation would be necessary because Android is based on Linux, while Fuchsia uses its own kernel called Zircon.
Developers would pass the codes on to a technology called Starnix. This way, the companies responsible for the software will not need, at least initially, to develop new versions of their programs for Fuchsia.
This, however, should be a temporary solution. The conversion of the codes can generate some differences between the version of the application that will run on Fuchsia and the one that was developed directly for Android. As the new platform is adopted, Google expects companies to produce new versions of the apps.