Chapter 8. Nesting Circuits
“Everything should be made as simple as possible, but not simpler.”
The single most powerful feature of Fusebox 3, when compared with Fusebox 2, is its ability to easily nest circuits into a cohesive application. Whereas Fusebox 2 was aimed at creating a collection of circuits that were related only by explicit interaction in the program code, Fusebox 3 is designed to allow circuits to be arranged into a more integrated hierarchical design, with each circuit inheriting the characteristics of its parent and contributing to the parent’s output. Fusebox 3 applications reflect their design in the layout ...