There's a new version of electronic design program fritzing 0.9.3b. The fritzing parts library is now stored online at github and is automatically checked for updates on every launch. This means you will now get new parts (or fixes) in the moment when they are created. No need to wait for the next Fritzing release to get new parts anymore!github parts repo


New Parts

The most important update is tha there are lots of new parts::

  • ESP8266 Thing Dev Board
  • Stepoko
  • Arduino Pro Mini 3.3V and 5V
  • Arduino Mega Pro 3.3V
  • Badger RedStick and Array
  • Myoware Cable Shield, Power Shield, and Proto Shield
  • Ludus Protoshield and Protoshield Wireless
  • CAN-Bus Shield
  • MIDI Shield
  • FemtoBuck LED Driver
  • Load Sensor Combinator
  • Soil Moisture Sensor
  • BME280 Breakout
  • LSM303C 6-DOF-IMU Breakout
  • SHT1x Humidity/Temperature Breakout
  • 16 Output I/O Expander Breakout – SX1509

Contributed parts:

  • Full set of Molex Picoblade and Hirose DF13 header series, thanks to steelgoose
  • Particle Photon
  • Raspberry Pi 3 and Zero, thanks to Nagaranudit
  • DQuid IO GPRS, thanks to DQuid team
  • nRF24L01 2.4GHz RF, thanks to Doume
  • nRF24L01+ 2.4GHz RF, thanks to Richard Bruneau
  • RFduino BLE SMT, thanks to Arnaud Boudou, Felix Kosmalla
  • Micro Python pyboard, thanks to Mike Causer
  • Pololu A4988 stepper motor driver, thanks to Matteo Perini
  • WeMos D1 Mini, thanks to Mike Causer
  • Adafruit HUZZAH ESP8266 Breakout, thanks to pkurtans
  • Adafruit push-power button
  • Adafruit Powerboost 500C, thanks to Dean Cording
  • Bluetooth HC-05 module, thanks to Computação na Escola
  • HC-SR04 distance sensor, thanks to Ricky Ng-Adam
  • SIM800L GPRS breakout, thanks to AlbMA
  • Monacor LTR 110 line transformer
  • MBR745 Schottky diode, thanks to S. van Doorn
  • 10A rectifier diode, thanks to tomaskovacik
  • OMRON G5LE and NVF4-2 relays, thanks to tomaskovacik
  • MPX2010 pressure sensor, thanks to Knutse
  • MPX4250AP pressure sensor, thanks to Old Grey
  • 174917 DENSO ECU-socket, thanks to Old Grey
  • Rotary Switch 12 position 1 pole, thanks to Old Grey
  • 4060 counter/divider, thanks to neutmute
  • LM124-324 Quad Opamp, thanks to Knutse
  • Hi-Link HLK-PM01 power module, thanks to inahas
  • LTC3105 step-up DC/DC converter
  • Refined ruler design, thanks to duff2013


In addition it is easier to work with self made parts. 

Custom / self-made parts and bins used to be stored in a hidden location on your hard drive, which made it really annoying to edit them with an external tool such as Illustrator
or a text editor. They are now conveniently located in your ~/Documents/Fritzing folder for easy access.

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