If you're familiar with code playgrounds that are available on the internet like JSFiddle, CodePen CSSDeck, w3schools,... you will have litte trouble using HtmlDev.
The code of your html-page is entered in four segments:
* head, for the title, meta-tags, links to external libraries etc.
* CSS, the style-section in the head-segment where you define how the elements are displayed
* body, where you place your text, tables, forms, canvas,...
Your projects are automatically stored in a local database and you can rename, clone, delete them. Each project can be exported to a single html-file on your SD card so you can view, browse, e-mail this html-file using your favorite file-explorer, browser, editor etc.
Several demo's are provided to get you started. Some of the demos require an internet connection since they use external libraries like jQuery and/or MooTools that are downloaded when the html-page is viewed.
There are numerous impressive examples of html-pages on the internet and you can copy/paste text into this app and improve the code. This version of HtmlDev will only load data from the internet for the preview of your html-page when a WiFi connection is detected.
You can develop html pages that download data from the internet, for example externally hosted libraries, scripts, images, videos, etc., so avoid excessive downloads if you're using (mobile) data that is charged based on the amount of data you use. Usage in excess of your provider plan's data limits can result in steep overage charges.
The developer disclaims and makes no warranties, express or implied, concerning this app, including, without limitation, any implied warranties of fitness for a particular purpose.
In no event is the developer liable to you or any other person or entity for any indirect, incidental, consequential or punitive damages, including loss of profit or goodwill, for any matter arising out of the use of this app.
ShoLi requires no permission at all. However, it is possible to export or import lists with the help of other pieces of software installed on the phone, like an editor or a mail application.
Because this application is aimed at being available on the move, it is designed for small devices. It thus provides no optimisation for tablet screens for example. Also, for the sake of simplicity, ShoLi is written for Android 4.0+. Feel free to port it onto your system if you really want to.
ShoLi is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
* Application sources : https://github.com/dsoulayrol/android-sholi
* The issues handler : https://github.com/dsoulayrol/android-sholi/issues
* The text of license : http://www.gnu.org/copyleft/gpl-3.0.html
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