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*** NEW! Local Files, including Dropbox! 15+ more Syntax modes! Improved UI! And lots more. ***
What happens when you take the power of Coda, our Mac OS X web code editor, and crunch it down into a powerful, feature-packed iPad package? Introducing Diet Coda, the best way to make quick edits to your websites on the go.
We've made a powerful, feature-packed web editor with a easy-to-use, enjoyable touch interface. Now, we can travel with the iPad and know that we have the tools necessary to do our job. And thanks to AirPreview, now we can put our iPad to great use while it's sitting on our desk at work and we're coding in Coda.
WHAT DOES IT DO?
• Local Editing
Edit files locally. Even sync a Dropbox folder to your iPad, edit files locally, and those changes will magically sync to your Dropbox.
• Remote Editing
Or, edit documents right on your server or staging server.
• Powerful FTP and SFTP File Management
Open, rename, modify, change permissions, the works.
Quickly get to work on your servers.
• Syntax Highlighting
HTML, CSS, JS, PHP, Python, Ruby and more.
• Revolutionary Super Loupe
Positioning the cursor in iOS isn't fun. We've changed that forever.
• Contextual Keyboard
The right special characters at the right time.
Insert chunks of code with a single tap.
• Find and Replace
Including our ground-breaking "Wildcard" token
• Built-In Terminal
The power of Prompt built-in. A $7.99 value.
• Much More
Packed with thoughtful touches.
AND ONE MORE THING.
Use your iPad as a dedicated preview window for Coda 2 on the Mac
WHAT'LL YOU CODE ON-THE-GO? WE CAN'T WAIT TO FIND OUT.
What's New in Version 1.5.1
• Improved stability
• Fixed an issue with editing files from Dropbox
• Fixed several issues related to local images
• Fixed several issues related to search and replace
One major flaw
I am very surprised there is no pin/password protection available. I got this app to maintain over 40 sites on the go. Having to type the password I every time I open a site will prove irritating and inconvenient. There's no way I'll save the passwords in an unprotected app.
It would also be nice if there were default settings for sites such as start in remote/local view. Also, 'folders above files' and 'show hidden files' so we don't have to specify these settings in every site.
Aside from the above complaints the editor is very nice. If you're a desktop coda user you'll feel right at home within a few minutes.
Got app last night and it was working fine. Turned it on this morning and got error 157 unable to connect to server. I googled it and it seems others have had the same problem.
The app is useless to me without being able to connect to my site. My other apps FTP pro and text-tastic work just fine.
Needs github integration
Works very well just like Coda on the mac and i love it but it needs github integration