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Touchqode

Touchqode

Touchqode is a true mobile code editor amd mobile integrated development environment (IDE) that comes with syntax highlighting, autocomplete and other features found in a desktop IDE.

Touchqode works in two main modes. The view mode allows users to review code and text. This mode disables the keyboard. The other main mode is Edit which enables changes to be made to the code. ALT lets you input special characters, use TAB or ALT+TAB to show autocomplete.

Tochqode uses the Ideone API.

touchqode in action touchqode in action

There is a paid version that adds additional functionality to the list below. Notable additions include GitHub viewer client, swipe on keyboard to move left/right, basic bash support, file type recognition by first line, and arrows.

Features:

  • Custom keyboard to make special characters such as [,] easily accessible
  • Different keyboard and input methods
  • Syntax highlighting for Java, JavaScript, C++, C#, HTML, Ruby, Python and PHP
  • Code suggestions
  • Incremental search
  • Configurable font and font size
  • Color schemes
  • Word wrap
  • Go to line
  • Internal file browser
  • Autoclose pair characters
  • Recent files - show the last 15 opened files
  • Keyboard options:
    • Show fake TAB button
    • Show special key row
    • Special key row type
  • Integrated FTP and SFTP client
  • File synchronization
  • Run simple scripts
  • Optional keyboard
  • Built-in tutorial
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Touchqode is a complete text editor for the Android platform which is ideal for programmers looking to make quick changes to code on the move.

9/10

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