This newsletter was released on March 13th, 2013
CircuitLab Goes Offline (But Only If You Want It To!)
Our team is happy to announce that CircuitLab is now available offline! Since we launched CircuitLab, the ability to use the tool offline has been one of our most requested features. With CircuitLab's offline capabilities, you can now design, simulate, and save your circuits while you are disconnected from the internet. Once your computer comes back online, we will sync all your circuits with your account on our server.
To read more about how you can use CircuitLab offline, visit our blog post about the feature.
Other new features since our last newsletter include dramatically improved loading time, numerous bug fixes, improved diagramming heuristics, and new search functionality on the Tool Box to make finding parts easier. If you haven't tried CircuitLab recently, take it for a test drive: https://www.circuitlab.com/.
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CircuitLab is in Print
At CircuitLab, we take pride in being your go-to choice for designing electronics online, however we are also now recommended in print! The new third edition of Practical Electronics for Inventors, by Paul Scherz and Simon Monk, was just published last month, and the book features CircuitLab as recommended electronics software. It even includes a brief walkthrough with screenshots! The book is a great fit for a hands-on electronics course at the undergraduate or high school level, or for hobbyists looking for a comprehensive getting started guide and lab reference. (And, of course, CircuitLab is a great tool for exploring many of the concepts in the book!)
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UBM Partners With CircuitLab
The CircuitLab team is excited to announce a new partnership with UBM Tech, the electronics industry-leading resource for essential business and technical information and the parent of leading publications including EETimes and EDN.
We are looking forward to working with a partner that supports our mission of making powerful, easy-to-use tools available to everyone, and will enable us to continue to deliver and grow a great software experience to our ever-growing community of CircuitLab users.
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We'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for being part of our community of users. It is only with your continued support, advice, and feedback that we have been able to grow our community and provide you with a tool you love to use. Today more than 70,000 people use CircuitLab every month, and you, along with your fellow CircuitLab users, now run more than 100,000 simulations every week (that's one every 6 seconds!). We look forward to continuing to build more of the features you want, and continuing to serve all your electronics design needs.
To get all our news as it happens, make sure you to check our blog (http://www.circuitlab.com/blog/).
The CircuitLab Team
March 21, 2013
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