Is CircuitLab actively developed and maintained? SOLVED

I have been paying member for more than a year, but dint think I have seen a single addition or improvement during that time. Or am I missing something?


by Tobbera
May 14, 2017

I was wondering the same. I've been paying to support the development of a tool that seems very promising, but didn't see any kind of improvement yet.. Would be nice to get some feedback from the authors / see what are the plans for the future.

by samuelesanti
May 17, 2017

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Answer by mrobbins

CircuitLab developer here.

I'm mostly working on content at the moment for the "Ultimate Electronics" textbook. It's an enormous project! :)

Other changes have mostly been behind the scenes on the infrastructure side, but not customer-facing. This entire Q&A site is actually part of what's new! As well as some work on improving our integration with the Electrical Engineering Stack Exchange site.

Thanks for asking!

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by mrobbins
May 18, 2017

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