Granted, my ongoing interest is a mobile platform not tied to any legacy system, unlike Android (Java) or iOS (Objective-C); this proves how difficult to design a modern OS and make it all work. Sometimes it may be better not to re-invent the wheel here, but what do I know?
Earlier this week, we reported that just about everything we’ve seen about Fuchsia is now gone, as the “Armadillo” UI has been deleted. In its place, we only have references to what seems, in context, to be three other “shells” or user interfaces which are all kept closed-source by Google. However, one of these, “Dragonglass,” may offer more answers than we initially thought.