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I Just Made A Cookie!I'm Awesome!
Goodhacker on Sep 27, 2012 for Pythonista
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Great App
Python with a little bit of Processing thrown in. My only gripe is that there isn't 3D support. Well worth the money though and a great way to learn Python.
Hack_ster on Sep 23, 2012 for Pythonista
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I new code for artists?
Is python making a move against processing for the premier coding language for artists? i think so.... a good start :)
Chunzy12345 on Sep 15, 2012 for Pythonista
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This app is super polished! Great work.
steipete on Sep 11, 2012 for Pythonista
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Really impressive
Update: I'm knocking this down a star after using it a bit. It definitely could use some more work to make it less tedious to use. The extra keyboard takes too much space--I don't need to see the numbers all the time. There's no quick way to move a whole line. And auto complete needs to be more aggressive: if the word is anywhere in the file, offer it as a choice. --- Not sure how much use I can really get out of this, but it's still really impressive. You get a solid code editor, very fast access to Python docs (worth a few bucks right there), plus custom Python modules optimized for for creating touch based games. The included examples are great showcases for what you can do with very little code and are fun (if simple) in their own right. My kids love the cute tile memory game. The app itself feels very polished for its first release. It elegantly switches between the editor and console, and looks beautiful with several top-rate font and color choices.
Jaymerica on Jul 23, 2012 for Pythonista
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Wow. Fantastic. Just Get It.
I write Python and C# professionally. This is an amazing app for iPad. I have been looking for dev apps for a long time; I have Textastic, Python for iOS, etc - this beats them all hands down. This is not as good as a true desktop IDE, but it is good enough that writing real code on iPad is now a feasible and enjoyable experience. Just get it. Some suggestions for devs: - Option for tabs to spaces - Backup to Dropbox or iCloud - Import external libraries somehow (NumPy, etc) - Organize library into folder hierarchy - Select multiple lines and (un)indent
rSmoke on Jul 22, 2012 for Pythonista
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