Codeanywhere

Codeanywhere


Codeanywhere is a fast and light code editor engineered for the developer on the go.

Featured in TechCrunch, PandoDaily, TheNextWeb.

(Please note that this app requires the user to login to be able to synchronize your settings across all platforms.)


Codeanywhere is a text, code and markup editor, that has been redesigned and reengineered to be light, fast, and mobile-friendly. Connect to your FTP, SFTP Servers, Dropbox or Github account and easily manipulate your resources, folders or files just with the swipe of your finger.

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 iPad, iPhone, or the desktop.

Codeanywhere, it lets you do just that.


Key Features:
• Syntax highlighting of more than 75 languages
• Autocomplete for HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Python and PHP
• FTP and SFTP Client
• Dropbox Client
• GitHub Client
• Codeanywhere Sandbox Client
• Copy or Move files between FTP, SFTP or Dropbox
• Share ( Servers, folders or files with others )
• Keyboard has been customised for developers
• Cursor navigation for easy text selection
• Supports most encodings types
• Auto-indentation
• Customizable font sizes
• Undo & Redo
• Advaced Search ( includes Find , Replace, RegEx and MachCase )
• Code folding and Word wrap



Codeanywhere also works on the desktop (Mac and PC). Access from anywhere at https://codeanywhere.net

Recent changes:
5.1
- Google Drive account is now visible from the app
- option to add and remove Dropbox and Google Drive account
- added DevBox and all of its operations (create, start, stop, restart, always on, destroy and share)
- bug fixing

5.0.8
- Implemented gestures on Tablet Login
- Fixed file sharing bug
- Minor bug fixes
5.0.7
- Uploaded by the President of the Republic of Croatia
- Implemented gestures on Mobile Login
5.0.6
- Implemented Sharing
- Fixed copy/paste bug
5.0.5
- Implemented gestures
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3.9
User ratings
2345
Installs
50,000+
Concerns
1
File size
20165 kb
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About Codeanywhere
Codeanywhere is a fast and light code editor engineered for the developer on the go.

Featured in TechCrunch, PandoDaily, TheNextWeb.

(Please note that this app requires the user to login to be able to synchronize your settings across all platforms.)


Codeanywhere is a text, code and markup editor, that has been redesigned and reengineered to be light, fast, and mobile-friendly. Connect to your FTP, SFTP Servers, Dropbox or Github account and easily manipulate your resources, folders or files just with the swipe of your finger.

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 iPad, iPhone, or the desktop.

Codeanywhere, it lets you do just that.


Key Features:
• Syntax highlighting of more than 75 languages
• Autocomplete for HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript, Python and PHP
• FTP and SFTP Client
• Dropbox Client
• GitHub Client
• Codeanywhere Sandbox Client
• Copy or Move files between FTP, SFTP or Dropbox
• Share ( Servers, folders or files with others )
• Keyboard has been customised for developers
• Cursor navigation for easy text selection
• Supports most encodings types
• Auto-indentation
• Customizable font sizes
• Undo & Redo
• Advaced Search ( includes Find , Replace, RegEx and MachCase )
• Code folding and Word wrap



Codeanywhere also works on the desktop (Mac and PC). Access from anywhere at https://codeanywhere.net

Recent changes:
5.1
- Google Drive account is now visible from the app
- option to add and remove Dropbox and Google Drive account
- added DevBox and all of its operations (create, start, stop, restart, always on, destroy and share)
- bug fixing

5.0.8
- Implemented gestures on Tablet Login
- Fixed file sharing bug
- Minor bug fixes
5.0.7
- Uploaded by the President of the Republic of Croatia
- Implemented gestures on Mobile Login
5.0.6
- Implemented Sharing
- Fixed copy/paste bug
5.0.5
- Implemented gestures

Android Market Comments
A Google User
Aug 18, 2015
Could be great, but needs work Lacks ssh connection to the dev box which when using composer and gulp for development renders the whole endevour pointless. Additionally I cant navigate past the first folder of files in my workspace, some bug continually sends me back to root. Otherwise the editor is really great.
A Google User
Jul 30, 2015
Getting there... Useless since it doesn't support two factor authentication. It crashes when i try to select HTML mode for my handlebars templates (which you should support, hint hint). It doesn't preserve my setting (from the web interface) of having *.hbs = HTML mode. It's also missing things like editing the preferences in app.
A Google User
Jul 30, 2015
Ok but... I can't even open inside folder of .git, after i tap that, it just slip back to menu, also i cant even create new file or folder, it always said, invalid, anyway, if you made this way, or just an bug, well if you want people to use your programming coding, so fix them so people can make file or folder without restrictions, if you says this just the way it should run, well you are missing the points, the point is for other able to programming, there should not have restrictions for that, memory size, maybe
A Google User
Jul 29, 2015
This is such a great app but it is currently unusable right now.
A Google User
Jul 28, 2015
Not usable right now Unstable and outdated.