This is an index page to a series of 8 articles on container implementation.
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Compared with the old camera API, the Camera2 API introduced in the L is a lot more complex: more than ten classes are involved, calls (almost always) are asynchronized, plus lots of capture controls and meta data that you feel confused about.
OCI is the industry collaborated effort to define an open containers specifications regarding container format and runtime - that is the official tone and is true. The history of how it comes to where it stands today from the initial disagreement is a very interesting story or case study regarding open source business model and competition. But past is past, nowadays, OCI is non-argumentable THE container standard, IMO, as we'll see later in the article it is adopted by most of the mainstream container implementation, including docker, and container orchestration system, such as kubernetes, Plus, it is particularly helpful to anyone trying to understand how the containers works internally. Open source code are awesome but it is double awesome with high quality documentation!