Huawei invites developers to create apps for their HongMeng OS

At the China Open Source Summit 2019 that was recently held in Shanghai, the Vice President of Huawei Strategy and Industry Development – Xiao Ran said the ARK compiler of companies will be officially open source in August 2019.

Huawei invites partners and application developers to join the “Ark of Friends Circle” to create a terminal ecological ark. This is for building a fair and open global ecosystem and the open source of this Ark compiler will be an important step in the HongMeng operating system for Huawei.

This move from Huawei comes after the US blacklisted it and then Google also announced that it would stop its services to Huawei and now provide Android services to the company. All of this happened a few weeks earlier and then Huawei announced that it had investigated its own operating system.

Huawei also launched the revolutionary “Ark Compiler” at the Huawei P3o launch conference, which will improve performance through architecture-level optimization.

According to Huawei’s claims, the Ark compiler will improve system skills by 24 percent and system response speed by 44 percent and third-party applications will be smooth after recompiling by 60 percent.

Huawei is also upgrading the ARK compiler to its flagship model to further improve the smoothness of the system.

According to TechWeb, a Chinese media, it is difficult to launch the HongMeng system because there are problems with the construction of the ecosystem, but not with the technical department.

We recently saw the Yun OS jointly launched by Ali and Meizu, which gained a market share of 7 percent and became the second in China after a rapid decline in iOS due to poor compatibility.

The open source of the Ark compiler will attract developers to join forces with the Huawei ecosystem and quickly prepare for its launch. What do you think of this new Huawei ecosystem? Will you use the HongMeng OS after the release? Let us know by responding in the section below and stay up to date with PhoneRadar for more information.

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