NETiSC's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
I can't input chinese in IDE edit screen
Mgnovello's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
I love the concept. Do you plan on adding FTP support for uploading, downloading, moving files, etc.? As it stands, I can only rename and remove files.
Youngdadda's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
As it stands it’s the best php/html editor have seen so far on iPhone but I wanted to add bootstrap and jquery to it which I couldn’t do and I saw an update informing of zip/unzip which I went for and it was not working
e-BookReader's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
This is the most complete tool of its kind and an outstanding example of excellence in iOS app development. It was clearly designed with a thorough understanding of how PHP code is created, integrated, and tested. Whether you are a beginner (in need of tutorials and extensive PHP documentation) or an experienced web developer (able to take advantage of access to scripts from user-created folders, ftp and phpMyAdmin for file management) you will not be disappointed in the performance of this app for developing PHP code. Its value as an armchair PHP testing and development tool is exponentially greater than the $3.99 cost of the paid upgrade which provides access to all of the functionality available. As a computer science professor and experienced Web developer (since 1998), I am rarely impressed with anything that costs only a few dollars. But this is a tool I use frequently and one I highly recommend for students and professionals alike. Purchase it before the price increases to what it is truly worth.
Juan Luis M's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
Hi this is the best app by far, are you working on embed a mysql server?, that would make it the No 1 app in the store
Derp-myster's Review of PhpwinReviewed on 5/6/20 1:25 PM
I love the app. It’s by far the most useful for throwing up scripts and lets get a LOT done by scraping some data from time to time. However, I just upgraded so I can start using the FTP feature and found that once I log into the server, instead of seeing the file hierarchy, instead I get a bad request showing me the hierarchy in a an alert dumping it in JSON format. Any chance this can get fixed in the next update dev?