Don't have a number in mind. I'm just intrigued at what applications might be possible on ESP32 given there's so many GPIO pins. My inference is that programs which orchestrate all of those pins will need more memory to run and flash in which to save the code. I recall the ESP8266 port moving up/down a few times as things progressed through the porting process, and finally exceeding all (certainly my own) expectations at 1700 JSvars.
So just interested to know if the upper memory (and save) space limits of ESp32 have been "prodded " yet and how realistic those limits might be.
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