A port of Node.JS with far lower system requirements. Community version for POSIX systems such as Linux, uClinux or Mac OS X.
It currently uses under 2 MB of disk space and requires a minimum of around 1.5 MB of RAM (ESP32 version).
low.js allows you to use Node.JS scripts on smaller devices such as routers which are based on Linux or uClinux without having to use all resources. This is great for configuration scripts and more, especially if these scripts shall also communicate with servers online.
More information on the neonious one: https://www.neonious.com/.
low.js for ESP32 is a port of Node.JS with far lower system requirements, low enough to run comfortably on the ESP32-WROVER module. With unit costs of under 3 $ for large amounts, the ESP32-WROVER module is a very cost effective solution for any (IoT) device requiring both a microcontroller and a Wifi connection.
low.js for ESP32 adds the additional benefit of fast software development and maintenance. The complete software stack of an IoT product (microcontrollers, websites, servers) can be based on the same software base. No specialized software developers are needed for the microcontroller software.
All of this becomes especially important if additional features will be added throughout the product's life time via software update, which helps the product to stay a leader in its market over time.
The community edition of low.js runs on POSIX based systems such as Linux, uClinux or Mac OS X. It is available on Github. Currently there is no ./configure. You might need programming skills to get low.js running on your systems.
git clone https://github.com/neonious/lowjs cd lowjs git submodule update --init --recursive make
low.js is now built in bin and can be called via bin/low, the lib directory is also required for low to work (it accesses it via path_to_bin/../lib) and must be copied when creating a distribution.
The ESP32 edition is identical to the community edition, but adapted for the ESP32 microcontroller. This version is not Open Source.
It is pre-flashed on the neonious one and plain ESP32-WROVER modules which you can order from neonious (https://www.neonious.com/Store).
The documentation is located at https://www.neonious.com/Documentation/lowjs
The community edition is placed under the MIT license. More information.
low.js is developed and maintained by neonious GmbH, the makers of the neonious one microcontroller board.
We appreciate every person or company who is willing to contribute to low.js and its related products. We will gladly accept any code contribution which helps the cause after an appropriate review. Bug reports and suggestions are also welcome!
neonious GmbH Münsterstr. 246 40470 Düsseldorf Germany Managing Director / CEO Thomas Rogg TEL +49 211 9241 8187 FAX +49 211 9241 8172 firstname.lastname@example.org District Court Düsseldorf HRB 83086
ESP32 and ESP32-WROVER are products by Espressif Systems (https://www.espressif.com/). neonious GmbH is in no way affiliated with this company.Опубликовать в Twitter Опубликовать в Facebook