It’s $50, which comes in around 39 – 40 euro.
Given that he could spend between 3 – 10 hours putting in his own basic implementation. Even if he only considered his time worth minimum wage. It effectively pays for itself.
I am not saying it’s the best option, but I am saying it is a viable option. Why reInvent the wheel at a greater cost or time, when you can simply buy it, plug it in and focus on the main tasks at hand.[/quote:b3cb1222d9]
For a student, the time would be much better spent actually writing lighting code than spending time plugging in someone else’s code.
The whole point of uni projects is learning stuff, not using someone else’s code…