Thanks for the heads up on this great new EDA tool.
Their tutorial (under the Help When You Need It check on the front page) starts off with a What's EasyEDA section that more or less shows a feature list:
"Welcome to EasyEDA, a great web based EDA tool for electronics engineers, educators, students, makers and enthusiasts.
There's no need to install any software. Just open EasyEDA in any HTML5 capable, standards compliant web browser.
Whether you are using Linux, Mac or Windows; Chrome, Firefox, IE, Opera, or Safari. EasyEDA has all the features you expect and need to rapidly and easily take your design from conception through to production.
I haven't an EEtimes account, just create an accout to comment this awesome web based tool. I don't need to study, after 5 minutes, I have created a beautiful schematic. It is so easy for me. Yes, why not give it a try.
Now I can hack some electronics stuff in my Linux laptop.
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