Fuchsia is the new OS from Google based on a new non Linux kernel that could replace Android. Few Programming Languages will be supported and Go is of course one of them. This talk will highlight how to write an application in Go for Fuchsia and will also serve as an introduction to the new OS.
Google has started working on the Fuchsia OS back in 2016 with a possible release window of 2019, early 2020. This OS is meant to run on every device: be a laptop, smartphone, IoT or embedded and could potentially replace Android and Chrome OS. It will heavily use the Google Feed and have different programming paradigms, especially around the new concepts of Stories and Modules, coupled with the cloud User Ledger.
This talk will highligt how to develop a Go application in Fuchsia, how to make the best use of Stories and Modules and how to prepare for the possible convergence of mobile and desktop. A particular focus will be given on performance seen that it will no longer be safe to assume on what type of hardware the app will be running.
Although still relevant to Go, this talk will also highlitght how Fuchsia works, how to install a developer version and how Go can interact with front-end libraries like Flutter.