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Diet Coda: Visual Tour Of An iPad Code Editor

Diet Coda lets Web developers leave their notebooks at home. The $19.99 code editor for the iPad from Panic, Inc., is portable friendly, including an adaptive keyboard that tunes itself to programming languages for making it fast and easy to work with remote files.
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In these last few screenshots we return to Diet Coda's code editor options. The app's document settings (gear icon in the upper right) provide options for individual syntax modes for CSS, HTML, JavaScript, PHP, and Ruby. Panic says there is "more to come." It also supports end-of-line character conventions for Linux, Mac OS X, and Windows as well as international character encoding options.


Click here to read our full review of Diet Coda.

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