@David, you obviously have been around for a while. Concepts like the 'old' / first PCs apply, such as the Commodore PET system: nothing of the kind of what you have today, just a bare naked, standalone Language Interpreter, that also includes all - commands and libs - what the app needs to control the system. Of course, the firmware - the Espruino Interpreter and HW platform libs - build system is modern, but your app and debugging of it is not part of that.
Many of the things in Espruino - Espruino's uniqueness - throw you a loop, because it just behaves differently than main stream, last but not least due to the goals set in the very beginning: very easy to get going - though without 'kiss' - and to be frugal when it comes to resources and power.
Thanks @allObjects, yes I have been around, first device I programmed was the HP65, which was essentially assembly.
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