While learning electrical circuits we are very often faced with graphical presentation of elements and topology of circuits. To achieve a good user experience presentations must be prepared well. This is especially true for distance learning, which additionally requires communication in real time. As a consequence, a corrected choice of the appropriate platform for the web application is important.
This work surveys existing circuit editors and a novel solution - web application SONCE, build using the Meteor platform. The work describes installation and operations of the application, its usage while adding and connecting components into a circuit and possible subsequent editing of a circuit, elements and connections. Futhermore, screen shots for different states of application are shown, exposing overview of characteristics of the circuit, such as texts, netlist, chart of circuit and others. Finally, advantiges of web hosting usage is demonstrated and export formats are described.