Posts Tagged ‘online’

Online ASCII PCB and schematics editor

Wednesday, November 28th, 2012

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...

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MSP430 online code editior, compiler, and programmer

Monday, January 30th, 2012

[embed]![/embed] Here is an online IDE for MSP430 microcontrollers. You can edit your code, compile, and program it, all online. All that is required is to sign in with a Google account. You edit C-code within your web browser without having to install an IDE such as IAR or CCS...

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Online graph tool for the DSO Nano

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

MD Schmidt developed an online utility for viewing graphs stored by the DSO Nano. It was made to be used with BenF's firmware mod that allows, amongst other things, DSO Nano to save it's waveforms in xml format on a SD card. The online utility takes the xml file and...

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Your favorite online hardware stores

Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

voidptr writes: I recently lost few bucks on a bad online tools store and maybe you folks can give me good or bad experiences. What online hardware stores do you use? We've been discussing several in the forum, including: Via the forum.

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