The Oniro project aims to run on devices big and small. In practice this means
Linux as well as RTOS systems. With a stable base of the Oniro 2.0 release from
end of last year the project is now looking into different application frameworks
to create vertical solutions for all scenarios.
Stefan will dive into this years work on integrating OpenHarmony with Oniro to
enhance application and ecosystem support. The talk will focus on ArkUI/JS as the
main UI framework of OpenHarmony and React Native as a well-known cross-platform UI
framework with a huge existing ecosystem.
Kacper and Juliusz from Software Mansion will tell you why React Native for
Oniro is a good idea and how they contributed to the development of Open Harmony.
After a short introduction of React Native and what it is all about. They will move
on and present to you how to actually connect React Native and the Oniro ecosystem.
By the end of the presentation, the attendees will gain knowledge on how
integrating React Native with Oniro can help developers bring existing software to
Oniro and encourage cross-platform development.