May 4, 2011
One of the keys to success when developing an app is making sure that the app is programmed to perfection. That means closing every bracket, entering single and double quotes where needed and inserting semicolons at the end of lines where necessary. As we are all apt to mistakes or sometimes forgetting which code block to use or how to make an app more elegant, these apps help solve potential challenges, giving you a smoother programming experience.
Java Code Viewer – Android (FREE)
Developers can get lost under a sea of code while looking for errors, missed tags and row endings. Java Code Viewer for Android highlights syntax for C#, C/C++ and Java so more time is spent adding levels and graphics and less time is spent squinting at the small details. Get this app for free in the Android Market today!
iOctocat – iPhone, iPad ($4.99)
Want to stay up to date with your coding projects as well as the open source ecosystem? Stay informed with iOctocat and collaborate with others on recent changes as well as industry news. Grab this app from the App Store today!
Objective C Reference – iPhone (FREE)
Objective C is what iPhone and iPad apps are programmed with. Whether you’re a first-time programmer or a veteran, this apps serves as a quick and simple reference to help you get your app off the ground. Get this app for free in the App Store today!
Code Viewer – iPhone (FREE)
Code Viewer is an open source visualizer that allows you to view Java, C/C++, Objective-C and many other types of programming languages. Zoom into the code of your code to take a closer look and see what is missing. Code Viewer will even point out any errors your code may have after you upload your file. Pretty nifty. Grab this app from the App Store today!
Prompt – iPhone, iPad ($4.99)
Prompt is an SSH client that allows you to tap into a server when you need it to transfer files or work your programming magic to monitor changes in your app. Check it out in the App Store today.