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…

Welcome to our new blog!

The primary reason for this blog is to transfer our knowledge about electronics and IoT to people reading this blog. Hopefully we can spark many people’s interest in these things and maybe some interesting projects will result out of this. Apart from this we will also use this blog to write about interesting things happening…