Neat project from Johnny Copperstone
LED Me Know is a little side project to enhance a front-ender’s development environment, but really, it’s just an excuse to play around with an arduino.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have some LEDs connected to an arduino, connected to your development tooling, letting you know when you’ve broken a test as you code?
Well, that’s the idea.
A group of LEDs accessible by gulp, in turn making the tooling workflow slightly more visual. If you’ve got gulp tasks to automate running your tests as you code, you could then hook into the reporting, and display whether the tests have passed or failed by flashing the LEDs with green or red respectively.
So yeah, it LEDs you know (pun obviously intended) when you’ve broken your code as you code.
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