Just saw this on hackaday.com. Looks like it might be useful for posting circuits.
You can actually add an arduino UNO and program it. Then you can maybe start teaching arduino programming without access to the real hardware in the beginning.
Precisely what I will be using it for tommorow. Will let you know how it goes.
When I put in AutoCAD 2013 a while back, they had that offer for the "cloud computing", but I turned it down.
From what I could tell it is only an online storage spot for you to save drawings to share with others.
Since the only drawings I share are here on LMR, i had no use for it. The drawings are not done online. That is done in the AutoCAD program in your own computer.
If there is more to it than that, then I missed the point of it. That is possiblem since I still have not figured out why so many companies are going GaGa over cloud computing if it is no more than an online storage where other people could hack into your drawings (i.e. corporate piracy)... :-)
No, it isn't just for storage. The software is completely web based with no need to install anything. Just sign up and start drawing. I tried it briefly and it looks pretty simple to use.
I saw that as well - looks pretty slick if it performs as presented.
Might save me burning up a few microcontrollers due to mis wiring - unless it is "virtual" blue smoke powered, which actually would be pretty funny.