OpenAtom OpenHarmony sub-forum of the 2022 Open Atom Global Open Source Summit was successfully held in Beijing. To date, OpenHarmony currently ranks first in the Gitee Activity Index, attracting more than 40 main code contributors, 2,800+ community contributors, 14 software distributions, 1.6 million+ community users, and 87 million downloads worldwide with up to 78,000+ code submissions.
OpenHarmony has added a new logo and it represents different types of devices, reflecting that OpenHarmony can be developed at one time. The open source community will continue to focus on technological innovation to build an ecological base.
Meanwhile, the OpenHarmony 3.2 Beta2 version was officially released, including the enhancement of standard system basic capabilities, and the enhancement of standard system application framework capabilities.
Enhancement of basic capabilities of standard systems
- Added support for window multi-hot zone distribution mechanism.
- Support power management restart recovery mechanism.
- Multi-mode input added support for Input stylus pressure-sensitive synthesis, tilt angle, and key input.
- The security domain supports preset application pre-authorization mechanism, fingerprint entry/authentication/identification framework.
- The driver supports the Selfie mirroring function in recording mode, audio sound effect control, infrared device input, audio USB plug-in/unplug identification and event reporting.
Standard System Application Framework Capability Enhancement
- Meta capabilities support card providers to add static and dynamic cards, components support local installation-free startup, system SA startup and access components, support single-instance Ability migration, operation management supports opening sandbox applications, and system application ability is not displayed in the latest task list.
- Package management supports obtaining the package name and certificate fingerprint information of the current package, NDK interface capability, querying the PackInfo information of a specified application, and atomic service aging and uninstallation.
Standard system application development example
Added Demo samples such as backgammon man-machine battle, QR code generation and analysis, card use, multimedia, short video, facial recognition capabilities, etc., to provide developers with sample programs used by the SDK, so that developers can quickly get started using OpenHarmony system basics ability.