Thanks to Forums user danab for sending this in!
Sometimes, I use an external editor (usually Sublime Text) to work on larger projects, and I like to be able to both compile my code (to verify) and then upload to my device (one of many different Feather M0 boards). I have a “Build System” in Sublime Text to compile my code, but I always had to switch over to the Arduino IDE to compile. This annoyed me, so I wrote a NodeJS script that finds the Feather, resets it into bootloader mode, and uploads the .bin.
If you want to try it out, it’s on github: https://github.com/d4lton/featherUploader
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