Online ASCII PCB and schematics editor

in software by DP | 2 comments

Shaos is working on an online “old school” ASCII PCB and schematics editor. It’s open source, and based on SQLite + Hope on the server side, while the client uses JavaScript + a bytecode interpreter.

¬†Currently it’s a shared sandbox with old good DOS ASCII and pseudographics “palette” (alternative Russian DOS codepage with some custom extensions) – everybody can do anything and anybody else can see it (be careful – I can see all activities and will blacklist IPs in case of any vandal actions).

Planned features: library of components, personal sandboxes, logical simulation, autogeneration of schematics from netlist, autotracing of PCB from schematics and even direct PCB ordering :)

Via the forum.

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Comments

  1. Shaos says:

    Thank you guys! Now I’m experiencing wave after wave after wave of users who are trying to break everything :)

  2. Shaos says:

    Source code of Circuits.CC is now available on GitHub:

    https://github.com/shaos/circuits_cc

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