Simple ONline Circuit Editor
Use the automated build image of our most recent release
docker pull mitjajez/sonce:latest
Building from source
If you have installed node and meteor properly, skip to Building
Debian users need install newer node, and "link" nodejs to node:
curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_0.12 | sudo -E bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs sudo apt-get install -y nodejs-legacy
git clone https://github.com/mitjajez/SONCE.git cd SONCE && npm install --production meteor build --architecture=os.linux.x86_64 --directory /path/build-dir cd /path/build-dir/ cd bundle/programs/server/ && npm install && cd ../../..
Start your mongod db and run sonce:
docker run -d --name "sonce_mongodb" mongo PORT=3000 MONGO_URL=mongodb://localhost:27017/sonce ROOT_URL=http://localhost node bundle/main.js
Status & Contributing
SONCE is under heavy development and the amount of functionality will grow in the future. Contributions are welcome.
Quick start for code developers
Now just clone and start the app:
git clone https://github.com/mitjajez/SONCE.git cd SONCE && npm install meteor
Meteor version of SONCE is up to be used as educational tool and could be the new way of communication with as./prof./mentor while learning electronics by drawing and testing. Get focus on how circuit work and not how to get simulation result. See topology of circuit, see all available matrixes.
- Circuit Netlist
- Circuit Matrics
- Graphviz circuit graph with viz.js
- Editing wires
SONCE is slovenian sun.
Note that SONCE is distributed under the MIT License.
Then my colleague come with C# knowledge and start building new Silverlight version. This source code is avaliabe on codeplex. I was very sceptical about SilverLight as i'm about all products from M$ (or. about close source in general)
In 2010 I met the jQuery library and it blows my mind, so i made new branch SONCEjQ. It uses jquery.svg plugin. It generates svg while drawing and also build circuit's XML, but with nodes as root. Just like is needed in matrix to calculate circuit.
After many years of doing different things I switched from jQuery to nodejs and met meteor. In 2016 it was also deadline to get my degree. So this came up.