Follow along with the code in the screen-shot below! (Remember the LEDs are inverted on Nordic DKs).
If you run into any trouble or want more info, see: http://www.espruino.com/Quick+Start.
##What is Espruino?
To get involved or see the source code see: https://github.com/espruino. Also see the gitter.
There are many different components to this project: hardware/PCB design, firmware, web dev, building and showing off cool projects with Espruino, etc... Feel free to dive in!
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I flashed a nrf52 module with provided espruino_nrf52.hex file using NrfGo Studio and it shows that it programmed application, softdevice and bootloader successfully. However, I can't seem to scan this BLE device on lightblue ios app or add as a Windows bluetooth device.
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Thanks for pointing this out. This should be a quick fix (we've been doing some bootloader/dfu stuff for nRF5 and broke save() on nRF5 in the process). I'd recommend just making an issue in the GitHub, but it will probably be fixed pretty soon anyways.
If you want to get your hands dirty: Building Espruino. Just note that it is much easier to build Espruino on Linux and it uses gcc arm-none-eabi just like our sdk to build.
@mjdietz2 save() function is broken in nRF52 hex files you've attached as well as in the newest code on GitHub. I've found some info that version 1.85 should work but i can't compile it. If you by some chance have access to 1.85 hex files or know which toolchain is needed to compile it please advise.