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Description

This application allows you create and run Lua code. Check samples for more details.
Save and load files to/from cloud. Long press on file/folder/project gives you more options.
Wide range of available libraries.

Best with Bluetooth keyboard. Use shortcut-keys for:
- save code: command + s
- run code: command + r
- search text in file: command + f
- quick access window: command + w
- exit from code editor: command + e
- select all text: command + a
- copy text: command + c
- cut text: command + x
- paste text: command + v
- undo: command + z
- redo: command + shift + z
Use arrows for changing cursor position and + shift for selecting text.

More details and API documentation available from app "Info" button

What’s New

Version 2.4.0

- minor fixes, libraries updated
- coroutines included

Ratings and Reviews

4.4 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

zekeshephard ,

Good but there’s just one thing

The app is flawless, works perfectly. But the thing is that there should be a documentation for whatever library this app uses. I’m a Lua/Ruby/ etc dev i know lua but I don’t what the apis and libraries used are, I think there should be a documentation for the libraries and apis so we know how to use them.

heck-noise ,

Perfectly functional

I'm updating my review to point out a few bugs, as well as one serious issue that should be adressed at some point.

The only bug I've found is that the color code system is irreperably broken. Type a single sentance and there will be random colored letters all over the screen. It's not really a problem performance-wise, but still something that should be looked into.

While there is support for exporting projects, as well as loading bitmap images, there is no way to import images via the ipad. There is no import button, no area in files to place them, and limited to no tools to make one yourself. The only way to import files is to use a custom pc file editor to place them in the app's directory. This is a huge blow for anyone intending to make games for it, since the bitmap system is the only reasonable solution for drawing images. Please add a way to import images within the app.

techkid124 ,

Good so far, but

I’m not a lua dev, so the example scripts were a big draw, but I can’t seem to figure out how to make a copy of an existing file. The plan was to copy an existing sample and use that to work within.

I feel adding a duplicate button to the long press option would be easiest to implement and be the most intuitive.

App Privacy

The developer, SCORMpool Solutions, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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Supports

  • Family Sharing

    With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.

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