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On Sat, Sep 7, 2013 at 4:56 PM, Pierre-Yves Gérardy <> wrote:
> >From the "What's running JavaScript under the hood?" item in [0]:
>> We're currently running a custom-built, real time operating system on top of a Lua Runtime. Your JavaScript is compiled to Lua bytecode when you push your code, and that bytecode is run on the runtime. It's this runtime that allows us to have such low memory overhead.
> Does anyone know anything about this?
> -- Pierre-Yves
> [0]

They said (on twitter) that they will release source code later (and
you would be able to code for Lua too). I am guessing it is eLua
underneath, but no evidence.

It seemed expensive for a microcontroller to me, although it does have
wifi which adds to cost.