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…

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….

neonious one: Finally introducing native TypeScript support!

neonious one is a microcontroller board, designed to run programs written in JavaScript ES6. We are proud to announce that with the latest software update, neonious one is now the first microcontroller board to also support user programs written TypeScript (=JavaScript with optional static typing and more) right on the board, without any help from…