is pleased to announce a pack of fixes and improvements to our git-based visual version control for printed circuit board (PCB) design. We understand that every detail counts in hardware design, and this update contains numerous improvements that will make the process easier for hardware engineers and designers.

The new release includes enhanced support for Altium 23 and KiCad 7, which will enable users to effortlessly integrate their projects with's version control. This means that regardless of the tool they use, they can take advantage of the benefits of visual version control.

We have also fixed some issues in the visual diff inspection UI, which will help in comparing different versions of the design more efficiently. This feature highlights the differences in a visual way, making it easier for users to spot changes and ensure that the correct changes are documented.

The interactive annotations feature has also been improved, allowing users to add comments and annotations directly to the design, making it easier to communicate changes and ideas with other team members. This feature can be especially helpful for teams that are distributed across different locations and time zones.

We believe that using version control for hardware design is crucial for successful collaboration and project management. With's visual version control for PCB design, users can view and manage their design history in a visual way, making it easier to track changes and collaborate with others.

If you're a hardware engineer or designer who hasn't tried version control for your projects yet, now is the time to do it. With's visual version control for PCB design, you can take advantage of all the benefits of version control in an easy-to-use, visual way. Create an account on today and try it out for yourself. You'll be amazed at how much easier it makes the design process and collaboration with your team.