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Circuitbee: Sharing Electronic Schematics on Your Blog

Ben Delarre shared his story with Make about the origins and future of Circuitbee,
a service that allows you to embed schematics on websites.

CircuitBee is like YouTube for your circuit schematics.
You upload your Eagle or KiCAD schematics, we crunch the numbers and create
an online embeddable version of your schematic.
You can pan and zoom, and mouse over components in your circuits for more details .

We’re still at an early alpha stage right now, so you’ll have to forgive any hiccups
we have going forward. But you can get started immediately by visiting Circuitbee
and signing up for an account.
Then simply upload your schematic files, any associated library files, and let our servers
do the hard work. Within a few minutes your schematic should be ready to embed on your site or forum.

Eventually we plan to add lots more useful features like downloading original schematic files,
searching for components within schematics and adding notes and annotations to your circuits.
We want to make it easier for all of us to communicate our circuit design ideas and to help each other
improve our designs.

We hope to make CircuitBee into the most useful service for hobby electronics enthusiasts,
so we’re going to keep the service free for as long as we can.
We’ll need your help to reach our goals though, so please let us know what you think of the site,
what needs improving and what else we can do to make learning about electronics and sharing
your designs easier than ever before.

citation from blog.makezine.com / Mark Frauenfelder July 25th, 2011

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