An anonymous reader quotes a report from XDA Developers: You’ve probably seen mentions of the Fuchsia operating system here and there since it has been in development for almost 2 years. It’s Google’s not-so-secretive operating system which many speculate will eventually replace Android. We’ve seen it grow from a barely functional mock-up UI in an app form to a version that actually boots on existing hardware. We’ve seen how much importance Google places on the project as veteran Android project managers are starting to work on it. But after all of this time, we’ve never once had either an official announcement from Google about the project or any documentation about it — all of the information thus far has come as a result of people digging into the source code.
Now, that appears to be changing as Google has published a documentation page called “The Book.” The page aims to
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