I've started learning some Java, as a complete beginner, and having an e-reader with a couple of books and a tablet with a keyboard cover is an excellent way of learning and exercising and being able to do so anywhere. JDoodle is the perfect solution I've been able to find and it's an excellent tool for someone looking to learn and write some code on a mobile platform.
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Good app, some suggestions: Change default project to open when opening app to the last opened project, add an option to disable braces/quotes autocomplete, option when opening a locally saved project from the cloud to either sync with cloud updates or sync cloud with local updates. Also some hints on what things (instructions and stuff) do would be nice, if possible. There is also a bug that deletes text written into command args or stdin, & the bug persists after reset, data clear and restart
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Sorry for the low rating but.. this app actually made me hate the Java language itself for some reason. It's kinda uncomfortable to use especially when typing, the copy/paste toolbar suddenly pops-up, when you select code it suddenly gets deleted, you can't type on the end of the code since you can't press it in the side of the screen. Sorry... I'mma use another app
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