Cancelling the IoT Electronics Kit in favor of a bright future for low.js

The important message right away: We finally decided to cancel the IoT Electronics Kit and refund all pre-orders via PayPal +5 % as a small compensation. If you pre-ordered via Kickstarter, please send your PayPal address to info@neonious.com and we will refund right away. Also, if you still would like to try out the neonious one, we can offer…

Newsletter / May 8th, 2019

With this newsletter we are highlighting some of the developments which were important for us in the last month. If you would like to receive future newsletters per e-mail, please register in the form in the top right of our low.js homepage. CAN support low.js now has a simply to use, but fully featured module built-in…

Built a RC car which can be controlled by touch using a cell phone.

Built with some electronics and programmed with just a few lines of JavaScript code. How it was done: The hardware I took an off-the-shelf RC car. I removed the chassis and threw away the electronics board inside. I kept the bottom frame with the battery compartment, the motor and the wheels. The steering was done…

Newsletter / March 4th, 2019

With this newsletter we are highlighting some of the developments which were important for us in the last month. If you would like to receive future newsletters per e-mail, please register in the form in the top right of our low.js homepage. UDP/dgram support low.js finally has support for the dgram module! Now it is…

Achieve Great Results Easily with neonious one

We created a short video highlighting what can be done with low.js, and the neonious one board in particular. It shows off the IDE, the debugger, but also shows how npm modules can be installed from the graphical npm package manager to quickly achieve great results. To be more precise: In the example the module…

ESP32-WROVER is fundamentally broken (but is being fixed by Espressif now)

Update 01/29/2019: Espressif confirmed they are working on a fix in a comment to the GitHub issue today. Update 02/20/2019: Because this issue is not resolved yet, current versions of low.js for ESP32 only use one core, as this problem does not arise then. This usually does not slow down the JavaScript program, because JavaScript…

Call for Cool Projects

low.js Hacking Contest 2019 We started developing low.js, the Node.JS port for microcontrollers, early 2018. By now low.js evolved into a powerful runtime which provides a good basis for any microcontroller based project, making it easy to program scalable Internet native electronics projects. With this blog post we are announcing the 2019 low.js Hacking Contest….

Faster, optimized ESP-IDF fork + PSRAM Issues

Side note: I am writing from the 35th Chaos Communication Congress, in Leipzig, Germany. If anyone is here and wants to chat about low.js, neonious one or JavaScript, Node.JS, ESP32 or microcontrollers in general, please get in contact. During the development of low.js, a Node.JS port for ESP32 boards, we had a few challenges to…