Google's Upcoming Fuchsia OS Reportedly Supports Apps Written in Apple's Swift

According to a report from AndroidPolice, Google is currently working on implementing support for apps written in the Swift programming language to its upcoming Fuchsia OS.

The report says that a new pull request was created recently by a Google employee in Swift’s GitHub repository to add support for Apple’s programming language to Fuchsia OS, thus allowing apps written in Swift to run on the forthcoming operating system, which uses a new microkernel called “Zircon.”

This is great news for both communities of developers, as it opens new windows of opportunities for a lot of developers out there. It also comes as good news for users who will be able to run more apps on Fuchsia OS, which is currently under heavy development over at Google.

At the time of writing, various developers involve… (read more)

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