solid product, but could use some work Overall the product is very functional and has many aspects of a real IDE. It is at maybe 80% of what it would take to be a primary development environment for a certain development niche. It seems to have strong java coding support (which I don't use). It would be nice to see more of this in php and css and more control over the "flex keys". I did not really find the paid version to be worth the price compared to the free version for those on a budget. But the free version itself is certainly worth $9.00.
Almost Overall good UI, except the Remote Open function (for FTP) has problems. It doesn't allow downloading/opening files from all FTP servers (one of my servers worked, the other didn't). I'm going to venture a guess that it's because touchqode doesn't allow selecting active vs. passive ftp (one of my servers requires active mode, the other doesn't). Another odd issue, possibly related, is that when you explore the remote folders, and drill down, you can't get back up to the parent(s) folder or root.
github, wow! just great!
GitHub viewer client (Pro version only)
special keys - arrows and perl special keys
simple bash support
swipe left/right on keyboard to move cursor left/right
symlinks handling fixed for SFTP
try to recognize file by first line (#! and <?)
0.9.11 and earlier:
launching simple code
new internal file browser
get live help - online chat
FTP, PHP, SL4A
A free simple HTML editor with shortcut buttons that eases typing the tags.