7 Decent Code Editors for Android, iPhone
There are many WordPress webmasters who don’t get too excited when it comes to editing their code. The more you know about PHP, HTML, and other WordPress-related technologies, the better off you will be though. You could always write and test code snippets on your computer/server. But if you plan to spend a lot of time on the road with your tablet or smartphone device, you are going to need one of these code editors:
Textastic Code Editor: one of the most versatile code editors for iPad. It offers support for plenty of languages, including PHP, Perl, SQL, and HTML. It supports SFTP and FTPS too.
Gusto: this is another beautiful application for web developers. It has a project-driven workflow. It offers syntax highlighting for the most popular programming languages.
Kodiak PHP: an iPad-exclusive application that enables you to write and test PHP code on your tablet. It has a decent keyboard with swipe buttons.
Codosaurus for iPhone: this is a FTP code editor that lets you edit code on your server. It lets you open and edit all kinds of files. This is a universal application.
DroidEdit: this list wouldn’t be complete without a few decent Android apps. This code editor is free and offers support for some of the most popular programming languages.
If you don’t spend a whole lot of time thinking about coding when you are traveling, you probably don’t need any of these code editors. Otherwise, these tools can make you a more productive webmaster.
What’s your favorite code editor for iOS or Android?
January 29 at 5:49 am
I tried DroidEdit on my laptop once. Its a cool thing to have if you have an Android netbook, or a tablet convertible.