DroidEdit featured in Ars Technica

DroidEdit featured in Ars Technica

DroidEdit is by far the most flexible of the the text editors we tried

Box Support


DroidEdit now supports Box (https://www.box.com/) besides Dropbox, SFTP, FTP and FTPS.

Screenshot at 2012-12-19 11:46:00

 

FTPS and FTPES

It’s taking more time to release the next version of DroidEdit as I decided to throw in another commonly requested feature. In the next version, besides plain FTP and SFTP (SSH File Transfer Protocol), you’ll also be able to use FTPS (FTP over TLS/SSL) and FTPES (Explicit FTPS).

Create Folder, Preview in Browser and New Action Bar

Some new features already available in DroidEdit and some that will be added in the next update.

An alternative action bar layout, with file management icons grouped together, so you can more easily access find and share options. Go into Preferences > Appearance to use it:

The possibility to choose the browser in which you want to preview your HTML files. Very usefull if you’re using JellyBean and have Chrome as your default browser:

Create folder integrated into all save file dialogs (local, FTP, SFTP and Dropbox):

FTP Support

Finally. FTP support landed in the latest version (1.14.1).

Configurable Shortcuts and Read Only Mode

Lots of changes in version 1.13.8. The most important ones are:

  • Read only mode: If you mostly use DroidEdit to read/show code and are tired of getting the soft keyboard pop up when not needed, you can now choose to have DroidEdit in read only mode and it will never happen again.
  • Configurable shortcuts: Everyone has different shortcut preferences. If you have an external keyboard, you can now edit almost every keyboard shortcut used by DroidEdit in the preferences screen.

Besides these, some bugs have also been squashed and there were some other smaller features added/changed.

Hope you like it.

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