What began as a distributed operating system for heterogeneous devices has undergone a transformative evolution into a highly sophisticated graphical operating system. The vision of Oniro from its inception was to serve as a robust foundation for effortlessly developing use cases to cater to a wide array of scenarios, encompassing consumer devices, the Internet of Things (IoT), and blockchain technology.
This presentation highlights the progress of Oniro, which has been driven by open-source innovation within the Oniro Working Group. It focuses on the collective efforts of the working group in targeting original equipment manufacturers (OEMs), chipset vendors, end-users, and platform creators. In line with the group's unwavering commitment to this remarkable journey, the latest technical advancements of the Eclipse Oniro project extend support for the development of visually compelling applications. This inclusive approach embraces the entire spectrum of open-source community developers, OEMs, chipset vendors, application developers, and, most importantly, consumers.
The underlying foundation of this remarkable growth potential of Oniro lies in OpenHarmony, an unparalleled operating system boasting over 400 repositories, 45,000 forks, and an extensive community of nearly 2 million users. Leveraging this robust foundation, Oniro aims to cultivate a unique ecosystem of novel technical enhancements.
These include the Oniro community at the Eclipse Foundation developing the integration of cutting-edge application runtimes like ReactNative and Flutter, and augmenting the underlying system framework's performance by incorporating technologies such as Rust.