Textastic is a text, code and markup editor for iPad and iPhone with rich support for syntax highlighting, FTP, SFTP and Dropbox. It will continue to be actively developed to provide you with the features you need to get your work done.

In order to achieve this, we would appreciate any and all feedback on challenges encountered when using Textastic.


Please also have a look at the manual.


Be sure to vote for the features you want to see implemented!
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Alferaru Ioan 3 years ago in iPhone 0
Awesome code editor, better than some ( many ) similar desktop applications.
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SerjRu 2 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 2 years ago 1
Can you explain me if should i bye Textastic for iphone if i bought it for ipad. Sorry for my inglish :-)
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Esme Hammel 5 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 5 years ago 1

I'd love to see this feature come to the iPhone version!

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perlyhappy 4 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 4 years ago 1

I can SFTP within subnet just fine. When I leave and go home, or elsewhere, I cannot SFTP to any of 4 servers. FileZilla and other FTP zlents still work from my PC with the same settings; so this is specific to whatever mechanism Textastic uses for SFTP. Please fix. Thanks!

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cmjdm 4 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 4 years ago 1
In order to get the most up to date file in my Dropbox folder I need delete the file and then re download it. I am not able to overwrite.
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Mathias Uhl 5 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 2 years ago 3
Its easy to support iOS 5.0.x just a Click in Xcode please do it.
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The next version will run on iOS 5.0.

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Fabiano Kovalski 3 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 3 years ago 1
It would be nice to have a more advanced symbols window (in C/C++) to show :
  • variables with datatypes
  • typedefs
  • #includes
  • structures with expandable list of members with their respective datatypes
  • differentiate between definition and declaration of functions
  • differentiate between static and global definitions
  • differentiate between object-like and function-like #defines 
  • include function arguments and return types
A good example of the listed contents is Eclipse Outline View:









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Alexy Khrabrov 1 year ago in iPhone • updated 1 year ago 2

I've followed the instructions in Makzan's blog and can create a local .asc file without a problem. However, when I want to open a .asc or .asciidoc file from an iCloud, they are greyed out, while adjacent .html and .json files are opening fine. Also, for the local files, preview does not render AsciiDoc really. What's special about iCloud and how do we enable the review?

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freeranger 1 year ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 1 year ago 1

Hi,


It would be great if you could with one click get back to the file you currently have open - once you gone into the menu system, say from a OneDrive file I have opened, there is no way to quickly go back to the file apart from navigating to "recent files" or back to the original location - it would be nice to have a single click to "close the menu" and return to the file

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David Edson 3 years ago in iPhone • updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 3 years ago 1
long lines show as garbled characters for textastic on iphone 4 running ios 7.0.2
email me and ill send screenshot