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Description

"Koder for iPad: Nerds Rejoice! You Can Code on Your iPad"
-- GIZMODO / App of the day --

"Koder’s simple yet efficient interface is designed for touch editing. At just $5.99, you get an editor with a well-designed interface at a great price. If you want to code with your trusty iPad, then Koder is for you."
-- AppAdvice --

"An accomplished code editor for many programming languages"
-- 148Apps --

"Editing code on your iPad should never be that difficult again"
--KillerStartups--

"The developers at iCodeLabs have done a great job optimizing the iPad’s real estate for code editing"
--theiphoneappreview--

"The app for instant project creation and code editing, perfect for developers and programmers on the go."
--tipsfortablets--

-- Koder was listed on the App Store as a 'Staff Favorites' in 82 countries --

Koder is a code editor for iPad and iPhone. It does have many features including syntax highlighting, snippet manager, tabbed editing, find and replace code, editor theme, remote and local files connections, and many more.
With Koder you can code anytime and anywhere, no matter if you're at your desk or while on the go

Features:

- Syntax Highlighting ( Supports more than 80 languages : actionscript, actionscript3, active4d, ada, ampl, apache, applescript, asm-mips, asm-x86, asp-js, asp-vb, aspdotnet-cs, aspdotnet-vb, awk, batch, c, cobol, coffeescript, coldfusion, cpp, csharp, csound, css, d, dylan, eiffel, erl, eztpl, elixir, fortran, freefem, gedcom, gnuassembler, haskell, header, html, idl, java, javafx, javascript, jsp, latex, less, lilypond, lisp, logtalk, lsl, lua, markdown, matlab, mel, metapost, metaslang, mysql, nemerle, none, nrnhoc, objectivec, objectivecaml, ox, pascal, pdf, perl, php, plist, postscript, powershell, prolog, python, r, rhtml, ruby, sass, scala, sgml, shell, sml, sql, standard, stata, supercollider, tcltk, torquescript, udo, vb, verilog, vhdl, xml )
- Code Autocomplete
- Code Function list
- Access and Manage your Dropbox, (S)FTP, webdav and local files easily
- Built In Terminal (SSH Client)
- Tabbed editing
- Extra Keyboard with Custom Key (Snippet)
- Document Picker Support to open/import/export other app files from/to Koder
- Find and replace code
- Previewer Browser with View Source function
- Editor theme with Custom Theme Editor
- Extra Key / Additional Keys on Virtual Keyboard with open+close brackets keys
- Screen-Lock, Manual and Auto Lock
- Extracting Zip File on Local project
- Sophisticated File Browser
- iOS "Open In" support, from Koder to other app - vice versa
- Change file/folder permission (CHMOD) on FTP/SFTP projects
- Folder Synchronization between Local Project and FTP Project
- Uploading files from desktop from browser or iTunes sharing
- Expandable editing space
- Bluetooth Keyboard Support
- and many more …

Watch Koder on YouTube :
http://www.koderapp.com/youtube.html

What's New

Version 3.5.3

- Fixed some previewer issues related to javascript coding

Customer Reviews

Does not talk to Cloud

Supuflorous Flounder

The only cloud interfaces seem to be DropBox and something called WebDav, whatever that is. No apparent support for OneDrive, Google Drive, or iCloud. It may be a good, even great, editor, but without full cloud support it is useless to me. My projects live on OneDrive and Google Drive, decisions not under my control since the projects are shared. I can’t change the locations, and I can’t access them. So this app is longer interesting to me.

So close, so much promise

The_GB

The day Koder 1.0 was released, I bought it without reservation. For rating it now, 3 stars for where it's at, 1 more star for what it feel like it could be (so close, I keep trying to re-add Koder to my workflow because I want it to grow on me). It's an absolutely gorgeous app considering it's for a coding environment, and has a number of interesting workflow differences from my mainstay, Textastic. Version 1.1 fixed some standard v1.0 bugs (manuals in web views can be tricky on the iPad) and added a number of necessary features. That said, the app just feels slower than it should, mostly in terms of navigating around and getting remote projects set up. I love the tabbed interface, but tab management can be tricky if you don't know where to tap, where to swipe, etc. Last time I checked, SSH was locked to the default port 22 despite my best efforts.

Koder feels like it has just a little more development left to go before it's fully baked, but that may be due to my workflow more than anything else. The developers did a fantastic job and created a beautiful app -- I just wish the interface had more apparent speed and that a few more updates were out by this time.

Welp, I Just Wasted $2.99...

Romptner

I really want to like this IDE, especially since I'm an avid user of GoCodeEdit, but there's so much wrong with the UI on my iPad. the entire coding evironment seems to be "raised" just enough to encase the entire "line 1" part of the script behind the iPad's top information bar (i.e., where the conectivity, time, etc. is located).

I bought it on a long shot that the firebug console was going to top/beat CGE's. It appeared to, until I launched firebug and tried to access the command line, which seems to be just below the bottom of my screen. When I attempt to "long-tap-drag" the screen, with the console/ environment moving simultaneously in sync with my touch gesture, the command line emerges; this is where I try to focus the command line and everything "flings" back to below the bottom of the iPad's screen.

Get it togeter guys. I'm not going to request a refund, because I want to see you all succeed. I'd like to call this my "Go to editor."

Information

Seller
Fauzan Hamdi
Size
43.1 MB
Category
Productivity
Compatibility
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
Languages
English
Age Rating
Rated 4+
Copyright
© 2018 iCodeLabs
Price
$2.99

Supports

  • Family Sharing

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

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