I used to monkey around with breadboarding circuits back in the day, and while this might not be as much fun it should certainly be much faster and promote more experimentation. The original was written in Java, and has been updated to work in HTML5. According to the article, Google Chrome will probably give the best experience currently.
This electronic circuit simulator is highly interactive giving the feeling of playing with real components. It's very helpful for experimentation and visualization. Best of all, thanks to the power of HTML5, no plug-ins are required! The original implementation, in Java, belongs to Paul Falstad who kindly gave his permission for me to build this port.
Lush ProjectsThe capability to load and save files to the local disk requires HTML5 features that are not supported in all browsers. If the application detects the features required are not supported then some of the file options will be unavailable. Currently Chrome and Firefox support all the needed features.