What is Espruino?
- Responsive – It is an interpreter. It gives you instant feedback so you can view, debug and modify your program while it is running
- Fully Open Source – All of Pruducts is Open Source. The different parts are licensed as follows:
- EspruinoFirmware – Mozilla Public License, version 2.0
- EspruinoCode Samples – MIT License
- EspruinoDocumentation – Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0
- EspruinoHardware Design Files – Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0
- Crowdfunded – Three EspruinoBoards were crowdfunded using KickStarter.
- No software needed. Get started in seconds – EspruinoBoards use Bluetooth LE or plug in to your computer by USB. No drivers, no special software. Just open a terminal app and start writing code!
- It installs in seconds and provides a modern Syntax Highlighted editor with code completion and even debugging. It even automatically loads any modules you need from the internet.
- The optional graphical editor makes it quick and easy to create simple devices, even if you’ve never programmed before.
- Original Espruino-Board – The Espruino board is an officially supported board – it comes pre-programmed with Espruino, so you just plug it in and it works.
- Espruino-WiFi – It provides an easy, well-supported way to get on the Internet, however it’s not the only way to access a WiFi network from an Espruino board.
- Pixl.js – A smart LCD with Bluetooth LE. Monitor and control other Bluetooth LE devices, act as a wireless display, create your own smart conference badge, or even just display the status of your code – all while drawing tiny amounts of power.
- MDBT42Q Bluetooth Module
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