FIDL (Fuchsia Interface Definition Language) is the IPC system for Fuchsia.
The language tutorials presents a simple "Hello, world" client and server, showing the FIDL language definitions and continuing with sections specific to each supported target language (e.g., C++, Dart).
Read the concepts doc to get a brief overview of what FIDL is, including some of its design goals, requirements, and workflow.
- Running FIDL — quick CLI overview of the various programs in the FIDL toolchain
- Style Guide
- Designing APIs
- ABI and API compatibility guide — details the possible transitions for each FIDL type, taking into account ABI and API compatibility
- Maxing Out Pagination — help on determining how much data can fit into a single message
- C Family Binding Comparison — how to decide, which binding (new C++, HLCPP, or C) to use
The bindings reference includes references of generated code in each binding and the FIDL utility libraries available to each language.
Please read the contributing doc for more information.