Kodiak for PHP
By Adam Horacek
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Kodiak PHP can run any PHP code directly (offline) on your iPad, no need for an internet connection. Write and edit PHP with beautiful syntax highlighting and an enhanced on-screen keyboard.
If you want to code in PHP on your iPad, this is the perfect app for you. Code anywhere. Run anywhere. Run PHP with Kodiak. Code'n'run.
Kodiak PHP includes:
► Offline PHP interpreter ◀
You don't need an internet connection to run PHP code! The PHP core is built with many popular extensions, including MySQL and cURL.
► Syntax highlighting ◀
Truly amazing highlighted syntax!
► Comfortable keyboard with swipe buttons ◀
No need to switch keyboard layout, you have all the symbols right there on the screen.
► Navigation key ◀
The easiest way to navigate and select text in your document without wasting any space on the screen.
► Customizable editor ◀
Choose your favorite font, size and color theme.
► File manager ◀
Create, edit, move, export and many other operations.
► Multiple open files in tabs ◀
Switch between open files with a single tap!
► Examples and demos ◀
Clever examples demonstrating the power of PHP.
► Stop execution anytime ◀
You won't get stuck in an infinite loop.
Bear power included ▣ No animals hurt in development ▣ Made in Apple Town ▣ Beware of Kodiak! ▣ Enjoy!
If you find any bugs or crashes or if you have a wish for a new feature, don't hesitate to contact us:
What's New in Version 1.3
Fixed crash during launch on iOS 5.x
I'm a web developer, so PHP, MySQL, and HTML are basically the language I speak on a day to day basis ;)
That said, this app actually does a fantastic job providing you with a easy to use IDE + Runtime, a feature not found in any other apps (at this time).
One thing I would love: to be able to connect to the app from my laptop's browser to download and upload files, so I can work on client sites while I'm on the go and easily upload them back to my laptop.
Please add iOS UI and MongoDB driver
Great tool for learning
So I'm sitting here in the library with an iPad (with keyboard), PHP book, pen and notepad and I gotta say this thing's great to poking examples in and immediately seeing what happens. No apt-get on the home server, port forwarding on the router or troubleshooting why my ISP doesn't want to pass port 80 on a residential account. If you want to play with PHP and aren't interested in the practical arcana of setting up an actual server to bounce your code off of, this is an excellent alternative.