Which programming or markup languages do you use most often with Textastic?

Alexander Blach (Developer) 10 years ago updated by Scott Willsey 4 months ago 55
To better support your needs, it would be nice if you could tell me which languages you view or edit the most in Textastic.

If something is missing on this list, please add a comment and I'll add it as an option.
AsciiDoc
34
C
304
C++
317
C#
184
Clojure
47
CoffeeScript
77
ColdFusion
43
CSS
977
Elm
12
Groovy
25
Haskell
41
HCL
9
HTML
1284
Java
305
JavaScript
1102
JSON
371
LaTeX
244
LESS
89
Lisp
52
Lua
92
Markdown
520
MATLAB
70
MoonScript
5
N3/Turtle
13
Objective-C
262
Pascal
37
Perl
113
PHP
732
Plain Text
328
PowerShell
48
Python
565
R
112
RDF
13
reStucturedText
14
Ruby
190
Rust
18
Sass
166
Scala
37
Shell Script
240
SQL
132
Stata
25
Swift
108
TeX
76
Textile
30
TOML
13
TypeScript
39
Verilog
36
XML / XSL
270
YAML
149
+6
If I could use Git from Textastic I could do without my laptop on short trips!
True, but different topic
+1
It IS a different topic, but nonetheless the most important missing feature, IMO. The current state of syncing is inconvenient enough to prevent me from using Textastic 90% of the times that I would use it if I could just push and pull to/from github. 
+1

You can use Working Copy to manage git repos and open a repo from that within Textastic.

N3/turtle, especially, as well as rdf
Done - although I've never heard of that one until now :)
+1
The language of the future! Semantic web and all (if you like ontologies).

There's actually a long dormant textmate tmbundle for n3 around, which I installed on textastic. It "works", and is not bad, but it fails to deliver comprehensive highlighting and it's very far from a pro mode à la emacs.

I've now been using textastic for all of, what, three or four days. It is so cool it defies the laws of coolness. I'm geeting a bluetooth keyboard just so I can work more with it.

Clojure is missing, so I checked "Lisp" (though there is really no such thing)
+2
HAML
LSL (Linden Scripting Language for Second Life)
Any Domain Specific Languages like : VHDL, GReg, SysML and so forth even your own ones :)
Would love to see XSL code completion

Visual Basic .NET!!!

+4

Fantom (fantom.org)

Visual Basic .NET!  The existing ASP option kinda works ... but it would be nice to have a dedicated VB option.
Coldfusion markup! Please :
Coldfusion is already an option.
+1
I use MultiMarkdown from Fletcher Penney.
I'm missing T-SQL on this list as well as MySql. Thanks.
Under review
I've added SQL as an option.

How about Basic languages, like Visual Basic? I don't see any syntax highlighting for them. It is good that we be able to assign a set of file extensions for one that syntax highlighting is available to have highlighting for them. For example, like notepad++, if I assign .bmx to visual basic kind set, notepad++ shows myfile.bmx with visual basic highlighting.

I also edit SVG (XML

+1

I think that's covered by XML.

TypeScript? Does the existing JavaScript support already cover this? I see you do list CoffeeScript separately...

I would like to add MoonScript to the list.

+2

How about HCL (HashiCorp Configuration Language), it's used by Terraform and GitHub Actions, to name a few. 

TOML please? Quite popular these days.

+2
Under review

Added MoonScript, HCL, and TOML.

Add KSP Kontakt, please, thou it’s very rare)

Please, it would be great if you could add IDL/ENVI, not so different to Python or Fortran code colors! :)