[AskJS] Do you use JavaScript on Microcontrollers? Which engine / interpreter?

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    - JerryScript (5.8k stars)

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  • MicroPython

    MicroPython - a lean and efficient Python implementation for microcontrollers and constrained systems

    But the content creation and resources out there for each of these seems to be really lacking. Since Python seems pretty similar to JavaScript I am looking towards learning it to use MicroPython.

  • lowjs

    A port of Node.JS with far lower system requirements. Community version for POSIX systems such as Linux, uClinux or Mac OS X.

    - lowjs (1.2k stars)

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