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It would be great if you could implement something like cocoa http server instead of using a file path so when we're building web pages we can use the likes of less, angular, backbone which all currently won't work because of being a file path protocol and not a local web server.
To clarify further, having this ability also gives us the opportunity to have something similar to Codea's "Aircode" and to run Ajax requests in page, it will throw a security error at the moment because of not being a http protocol.
It would be great to be able to upload a file from another device to the Textastic App directly using the WebDAV server. FTP On The Go Pro has this feature but Textastic is a way better editor.
This is already possible if both devices are in the same Wifi network:
- on device A, start Textastic's WebDAV server: https://www.textasticapp.com/v6/manual/lessons/Starting_the_WebDAV-Server.html
- on device B, use Textastic's WebDAV client to connect to the WebDAV server on device A:
- tap on the file transfer button (globe icon)
- tap on the "+" button and choose "WebDAV Connection"
- enter the WebDAV url of device A and enter the user name and password
- tap Done
- connect to the WebDAV server and navigate to the target folder
- select the local files you want to upload
- tap the Upload button
I hope this helps
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