Fuchsia is a modern, open source operating system designed to power a diverse ecosystem of hardware and software. Fuchsia makes it easy for product creators to build and maintain fleets of secure, high performing devices over long time horizons.
Fuchsia prioritizes clarity and minimalism in its architecture and design
Fuchsia strives to be easy to understand and easy to maintain
Fuchsia provides the core foundations of an operating system—like hardware access, resource management, and software abstraction—in a coherent way, creating a robust, stable platform for products.
Bring your own runtime
Fuchsia Interface Definition Language ( FIDL ) allows diverse clients and services to interoperate
Fuchsia is highly extensible: developers are free to use their application runtime and programming language of choice. Software from different runtimes can integrate together to form a cohesive experience.
Binary stable drivers
Fuchsia's Driver Framework makes it simple to maintain hardware support over long term system updates
Stable ABIs make it possible for the operating system, device drivers, and product software to remain compatible over longer time horizons. This makes it easy to scale an open ecosystem of hardware—without forking the operating system.