It is a development tools to touch the code. When you couldn’t use the computer, you can synchronize the code from the FTP, SFTP, SVN, and synchronize to the server after modified quickly. The development tools can highlight error code for real-time , can run the latest version of nodejs, and also can log on SSH to run the shell. If you are a web front programmer, you can run a server and use a browser to view the modified results for real-time.
1.Optimize the running speed and user experience
2.Repair the BUG of failing to input
3.Repair the BUG of failing to download from internal viewer directly
4.Change the running kernel into WKWebView
5.Add 35 theme choices
6.Add more language highlighta and grammars, and the total kinds is more than 70
7.Add user preference setting
8.Improve the virtual keyboard
9.Add SVN function
10.Add code folding and unfolding
11.Add the function of opening external files
12.Add the function of sending files by email
1.Fix no setup Email account to send email crash bug
2.Fix can not get MyID problem bug
1.Prohibit access to application internal documents
2.conf.keys document format error leading to the problem of functional failure
1.Repair search panel red background BUG
2.Disable settings the introducer can activate the Lite version function
Ratings and Reviews
I’m just beginning to use it but so far it is not only unique but also very useful. I only rated four stars because of lack of insight on my behalf rather than any shortcomings in the app itself and look forward to increasing the rating to 5 as I delve into the app.
Thank you developer!
Ok first off if your new to coding this is probably the best app I’ve had ever use to help learn html but there should be some update with some thing like you have to have your iPad on wifi to upload pictures which I Don’t like but it work but besides that it a good learning experience and tool but i do think there needs to be some updates to it
no updates in a year
this app had promise but hasn't been updated in a year, probably abandonware sadly.
This does run nodejs, which is cool.
It sounded like you're supposed to be able to work with node on the command line, but so far, I've not figured out how to do that.
You can pull from github and websites, which is very useful.
I cloned npm to see if I could get it to work, so far no dice, I hope the developer adds npm functionality soon, because if I could use npm, I'd use this app all day.
Anyways thanks for going opensource on things you could, and I look forward to your continued progress on this application :)
- xuewen chu
- 34.8 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Ukrainian
- Age Rating
- Rated 17+ for the following:
- Unrestricted Web Access
- © 2015 Louis chu
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.