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webtronics – webtronics a web based electronic schematic drawing tool

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webtronics – webtronics is a web based electronic schematic drawing tool. – Google Project Hosting via Dangerous Prototypes

The schematic is the language of electronics. Webtronics exists to try and simplify posting of schematics. It is an online electronic circuit schematic diagram editor. When posting electronic schematics to the web a binary image format is normally used. A person copying that circuit image cannot then easily re-edit it. XML and SVG make editing schematics possible in a browser. I have tried to keep the output format pure svg, but I could add more xml later to improve performance. Ideally It could be used in a page that allowed you to open a hosted image inside of it,edit it,and resubmit it by hitting save. It’s like a schematic editor in your browser!


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4 Comments

  1. ” – Google Project Hosting via DP…”

    So spell out Dangerous Prototypes and link to their blog story.

  2. @george, we are in the middle of editing the post, chill out 🙂 please refresh your browser to see… we always link properly, name the links and source site we see things.

  3. I dunno, I follow your blog on Google Reader. I assume when coming to a page that it’s been reviewed (or whatever) and then published. If I see something out of place, there’s a possibility I will simply comment accordingly. It’s not a particularly angry affair, just a hey would you fix this.

    (Oh, and you can delete this and other comments if you like, the issues having been fixed and all)

  4. all cool 🙂

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