The versions for PCs are provided so developments can be tested on the PC without having to transfer them to the microcontroller first. They are also a good replacement for Node.JS in environments where memory or disk space is scarce or scripts shall start fast. Note that these packages miss the on-the-fly transpilation, to run programs with these packages, use a Babel or TypeScript layer!
To check if your version of low.js is up to date, call
|Linux x86/x64||32 bit (i686)||20191017_b5ceb95||1.18 MB||Download|
|Linux x86/x64||64 bit||20191017_b5ceb95||1.11 MB||Download|
|Linux ARM||32 bit (ARMv6/v7)||20191017_b5ceb95||1.05 MB||Download|
|Linux ARM||64 bit (ARMv8)||20191017_b5ceb95||1.07 MB||Download|
|macOS||64 bit||20191017_b5ceb95||0.95 MB||Download|
|ESP32-WROVER||To flash/install on ESP32-WROVERs, use our flashing tool
You can find the source code of low.js in our GitHub repository. Please read the included file README.md for instructions for compiling from source.