Tongxin UOS (Unity Operating System) is a self-developed operating system based on Linux. Until now, the software framework supported the main operations of Linux, wine, Android and other browser extensions. But it looks like Tongxin UOS can now support Huawei HarmonyOS app.
According to the latest information, the UOS developer account has found support for one of the hap (HarmonyOS Ability Package) package formats, which could be a HarmonyOS app. Furthermore, the information also suggests that the mentioned HarmonyOS application could be running on the OpenHarmony open source system.
Tongxin has already obtained eligibility certification from OpenHarmony. On the other hand, he also said that he was looking forward to an atomic standalone application format. Therefore, there is a good chance that Tongxin UOS can provide support for the HarmonyOS app.
What is the HAP format?
Huawei’s official website clearly explains the HAP format. It says that the HarmonyOS User App appears as App Packages. These packages contain one or more HAP formats that define the traits and characteristics of each HAP.
Typically, HAP serves as the Ability replacement package around which the HarmonyOS app code is built. At the end of the development procedure, the format of the application in the HarmonyOS system appears in the form of HAP details.
With the appearance of this year, Tongxin firmware announced its merger with the Open Atomic Open Source Foundation so that it can actively contribute to OpenHarmony-based projects. Later in June, Tongxin’s smart terminal operating system V20 passed the compatibility test for OpenHarmony.
The V20 system is mainly designed for tablets, computers, handheld terminals, smart terminals, wearable devices, self-service gadgets, etc. Subsequently, it includes several home processors and a complete adaptation ecosystem for desktop-type gadgets.
However, things regarding the new hap package are unclear. But we will continue to update you on this aspect.
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