LUA - ok.
But I’d rather write scripts in JS.

Will that ever be a reality?

I don’t think so as the LUA interpreter is very lightweight. a JS interpreter is not.
No way that will host node.js.

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yup, as @Flyweight mentioned - Electra runs on ARM CPU and the firmware is a bare-metal, no linux or Raspberry Pi in it. I understand that Lua is not the best programming language around. Its beauty is, however, in the minimal footprint and speed of processing.

Ok thanks for explaining.