The challenge was to craft a simple and intuitive solution that covered complex processes. Schematic Editor is an application that allows the user to create electric circuits. A large set of defined blocks gives the user the ability to create various models and save them to a database, meaning that these models can later be leveraged by different systems.
|Client||Electrical Circuit Company|
|Business need||electric circuit simulation diagram|
|Scope||MVP, mockups, GoJS implementation|
|Technology||GoJS, React, PostgreSQL, .NET Core|
Opal RT Schematic Editor is the tool for creating an electrical network diagram. Therefore, determining the palette’s elements, from which the user can easily add nodes that interest him by using the drag-and-drop function, was the most relevant.
The propagation of the signal along with the links enables the operation’s effect in real-time. The presence of electric nodes is crucial for the functionality related to carrying information through signals. Thanks to the rotate functionality, the user can align lines in real-time.
The text blocks support placing additional information in specific places in the diagram. Thanks to this, each user can read, add, or revise information when sharing a project. Here flipping helps to mingle the appropriate elements or data clusters across the diagram, enabling view adjustment.
Electric circuits companies need empowering and advanced solutions for their complex processes. The Schematic Editor provides simulations for large electric networks. The defined blocks enable the creation of various models and save them to a database.
Advanced components and drag&drop functionality allow easy and understandable project work for all the users regardless of the knowledge level.