So if you're asking 'can I run code on the Puck itself and interact with it with buttons/pots/etc' then absolutely - that's pretty much what it's meant for.
If you want the Puck itself to display/render a webpage via some external screen (or into an offscreen buffer) then I'm afraid that's not going to work - but it may well be that you can use the PC for rendering to the DOM, but you do all the actual 'application logic' sort of stuff in the Puck.
Gotcha! What i wanted to do was the puck itself to display and render. :)
Thanks for the help!
You could connect up an ESP8266 to provide the Wifi/Internet. You could then run a server on the puck with the http module I think
See this post: http://forum.espruino.com/comments/14113989/
Alternatively, if you don't need Bluetooth - just Wifi, then Espruino Wifi, ESP32 and ESP8266 will all allow you to run webservers on them - you don't need to go the RPi route.
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