Any of you have enough experience to do a quick bulleted list of how it compares to Eagle? Say, with respect to:-learning curve-flexibility-speedI've finally gotten to the point in Eagle where I'm fluent with keyboard shortcuts and it's been months since I had trouble figuring out a new function. This new software sounds interesting but I don't see any incentive to switch.
not sure I like having to join a community to activate it but its not that big of a deal
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Thanks for the detailed and informative response. I'm left with one question. Almost all of the projects I'm working on right now are collaborative to some extent (either in the sense that I am literally developing with other people, or at least sharing the final design with other people.) Eagle seems like the de-facto standard for sharing. It has already been stated that Designspark PCB can import Eagle files, but can it generate them? In other words, if I do a design in Designspark, will I be able to save it in a format that my Eagle-centric friends can actually use?