Codeanywhere is a fully featured Integrated Development Environment (IDE) for your iOS device or Mobile IDE which includes a code editor (or text editor), FTP client and SSH terminal console, that has been redesigned and reengineered to be light, fast, and mobile-friendly.
You can think of it as a Sublime Text or VS Code on your iPhone or your Ipad. Enabling you to code HTML, PHP, CSS or any other of the more than 100 supported coding languages.
The Connection manager lets you connect to any type of server protocol including; FTP, FTPS (explicit, implicit over TLS), SFTP (Secure file transfer over SSH). Also you can connect to third party services like:
• Dropbox • Google Drive • OneDrive • Amazon S3 • Github • Bitbucket
If you don’t have your own server, Codeanywhere can spin up a Linux container for you, either based on CentOS or Ubuntu. You can use the standard default installations or pick from one of over 50 pre configured including:
• PHP • HTML • Ruby • Wordpress • Drupal • Magento • .NET • and many more.
Once you are connected Codeanywhere offers you a (FTP) File browser, which enables you to upload, download, rename, delete, update permissions (chmod), run custom commands and more just with the swipe of your finger.
Codeanywhere automatically lets you connect to any supporting server with it’s terminal client for iOS including SSH, Bash and Telnet support. Terminal client features include:
• Full colour ssh terminal client • Extended keyboard • External keyboard support • Telnet support • Copy & Paste to and from the SSH Client • Multiple tabs enable multiple SSH sessions
On top of all that Codeanywhere enables you to share and collaborate on projects or just a single file - from wherever you are, and of course quickly edit code with our keyboard that has been customised for developers on the go.
Codeanywhere makes developers forget what device they are working on and let them concentrate on getting work done - be it from the phone, tablet, or the desktop.
Codeanywhere is also available on the desktop (via the web browser), iPhone and iPad.
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(Please note that this app requires the user to login to be able to synchronize your settings across all platforms.)