We are excited 🎊 to launch the all new Interactive Book, completely filled with content related to digital logic design! The idea behind the revamp was to create new and interesting content along with enhancing the existing features of the interactive book. This will for sure benefit the students, professors and learners across the globe. We hope you experience enriched learning!
The aim of the project is to create an online interactive guide for digital logic design. The primary goal is to develop an open source book with quality content that teaches digital logic design. It will enable students to learn digital design by interacting with circuits, truth table, and other interactive elements as they proceed through the book. The professors and students all over the world can read and contribute to the same.
Want to know more? View the final report of the project here.
I was offered an opportunity by Satvik and Aboobacker to mentor the projects listed by Circuitverse for Google Season Of Docs 2020, and after carefully reviewing all the proposals we chose Daniel Vicente Lühr Sierra for “CircuitVerse Interactive Book Consolidation and Improvements” Project.
Daniel is one of the founders of Triángulo Austral Ltd and has more than 20 years of research experience in electrical engineering, digital systems, system integration, medical devices, robotics and more! He completely rebuilt the website, from updating the current structure of the Interactive Book, adding circuits and diagrams, to finally creating new matter and improvising the previous ideas.
The Idea of pop quizzes was implemented and some bugs like Dark Mode, Deployment Issues etc. were fixed by our Community Members and Contributors before the final launch!
We would also like to thank our amazing contributors at Circuitverse who gave their precious time and exceptional energy to make this site what it is!
As contributors and maintainers of this project, and in the interest of fostering an open and welcoming community, we pledge to respect all people who contribute through reporting issues, posting feature requests, updating documentation, submitting pull requests or patches, and other activities.
So what are you waiting for? Go ahead, Clone the Repository and propose features/enhancements or fix bugs🐞!
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