noahcui's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
It is pretty good, but it could be better if it can support C++. Yes I can use Syntax Mode C, but I have to manually set it every time, and there is some different between C and C++.
Zacharya27's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
Horrible waste of money. Textastic is way better and under 10.00. This is a rip off for a horrible unorganized program. Gladly waiting for my Refund from Apple. If you code seriously look elsewhere.
QDuddy's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
1. Why I can't auto save any files.. I mean save each time manually can really waste a lot time. 2. Drag functions.. I want to be able to drag files between apps, since the file system is now very important function on iOS, this should be added. 3. The python files' indents are wired and often cause errors. I don't understand why, I need to get to pythonista every time if I found my script has indent problems. Just some suggestions to perfect this soft. Thank you a lot.
AuditoryCylopse's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
I’ve used this to build a few smaller projects. It works as a convenient editor. Great offline support, great language support. Convenient local server feature But the files are inaccessible from outside coda. So I cannot use it alongside working copy for git like I would hope. Apart from that there are small unpolished things that are missing like no ability to collapse blocks of code, clunky file system or obvious iPhone-first design that prevent me from being able to use this for bigger projects
David Steven K's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
Definitely some kind of error where it asks for a review every single time you open it. Very annoying.
Francesco Hayes's Review of CodaReviewed on 12/15/18 1:10 PM
I love this editor! It is one of the best on the market for IOS devices and currently is my go to recommendation for my team and friends. However, it'd be great to see some future additions to this application in order to make it perfect: - GIT Support - Auto-Complete for Syntax - Tab-Space Sizing and Correction - Two Windows of Code - Connected file management with the iPad **Above & Beyond** It'd be incredible to connect with other users of the app and - work on the same code via the application. There are also just little tedious things that make it hard navigating the app due to it being touch screen based; however, I think "Pythonista 3" does an exceptional job and should be looked at for inspiration on future UI design for Coda. Other than those requests Coda is on its way to leading and destroying! Keep up the good work and feature rich application. I love you guys :)
Aslarrylo's Review of CodaReviewed on 11/21/18 12:55 PM
I love this app. But there is an annoying bug in the terminal. I ssh to a remote Linux and use tmux. Once I switched to other apps and switched back, the visible region of the terminal is shifted left a little bit, so we can’t see the first few columns of the terminal. Close the terminal and connect again can solve the screen shift, but it is super annoying. I tried other terminal apps like terminus and they don’t have such issue. Let me know if developer needs more information about the bug. Thanks.
LollyLocutus's Review of CodaReviewed on 11/21/18 12:55 PM
I love Panic, Inc software. I like being able to issue commands to my server from the comfort of my phone and to write or debug a few lines of code on the bus or at break. My only complaint is that they’re Apple only! We need Transmit Windows and Linux as well as Coda Android!
galxy25's Review of CodaReviewed on 11/21/18 12:55 PM
As a developer, this is exactly how I would’ve built the app if I had the time for it; happy there is a great company and team of developers at Panic who did it instead -leaves me more time to focus on my own apps.
jo jo devil's Review of CodaReviewed on 11/21/18 12:55 PM
Really just need to add more integrated support with icloud. Ideally I should be able to open a folder in icloud have it import the ENTIRE folder (with all files etc - maybe import on use to save space) then edit and save back up to icloud. Also ability to use git to save down and up (commit) would be awesome. Otherwise very solid and worth the $25 (although for an app I was kinda shocked).