File Explorer makes it easy to hookup to NAS and would be a great addition to Textastic capabilities
Thank you Alexander for the great ONGOING support and development of your app. It would be great to have the capability of jumping to a line number using the iPad with its virtual keyboard.. without having to have an accessory keyboard attached. It is yet another thing that makes Textastic so functional that you can do all this coding with just an iPad sitting on your lap with no other encumbrances such as accessory keyboards, mouse, monitor etc. I am also looking forward to seeing the read only 'switch' readily accessible on the editing tool bar to prevent inadvertent character additions when troubleshooting using the iPad spit screen mode. Thanks for a fantastic app! Doug D.
WOW, and THANKYOU! As a Textastic devotee I am really pleased that Alex was able to confirm, and fix the above issue! I have multiple iterations of event handlers and frequent use of console.log calls and alerts for troubleshooting and so my current Java script code was quite vulnerable to being bothered by WebKit not being nice to TEXTASTIC’S 'Done' button. Thank you to Miguel also for bringing this issue to light, as it would never have occurred to me that some debugging issues I was having related to WebKit and not my own amateurish code! Thank you again Alexander for sleuthing this out and fixing it! Rest assured that all of us iOS/ iPad devoted Textastic coders out there REALLY APPRECIATE all the work you do in bringing us Textastic!
Using Textastic 9.5, iPad Pro 9.7" iOS 14.3
Thank you again Alexander for a FANTASTIC app!
I am writing a PWA. I.notice after closing the preview window to examine my code, that many of the 'Alerts' in my code keep 'popping up' on the code screen, even though to my knowledge the program has stopped running as I tapped DONE after running the code, and assume the program stops running. But as Miguel suggest, maybe the code is still executing or is still running in the background. In order to continue editing my code I have to close multiple alert windows that have their origin in my program code. After doing this I can continue editing code as expected. BTW thanks for a great code editor. Textastic is fantastic!
I heartily endorse this suggestion. VERYuseful in Java Script too. I also would like to see the capability of 'pinning' symbols at the top of the symbols list, so you good jump back and forth between related functions for example, to make following the path of your code easier. Thanks for a GREAT iPad app!
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