I tried. I have Coda. My dev situation at work made it too much of a pain.
Your mileage may vary. If you can connect to your file remotely and
therefore use said remote environment to view the files - a web server -
then it may work for u.
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Agree with this. It sounds like the OP wanted to know about developing “with” an iPAD not developing “for” one. There are a few apps that allow code development on one. There are two that I have used before Textastic and codeanywhere. You can also use some forms of full desktop apps that have mobile app equivalents. One of the best ways, though, to develop on an iPAD is just to use remote desktop (with windows) or use something like astropad or parallels access if you are on a mac.
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