Koder 3.4 is out now
Koder 3.4 is now available on the app store after 10 days review time by apple. This is the longest review time we’ve ever had for an update, but we glad it was approved.
Koder 3.4 is probably the biggest update for 3.x series we’ve ever done. We’ve been doing some major code changes and added some major new features / UX changes to the app.
Here are some of highlighted items you will see in the new version :
The new revamped File Manager with multiple files/folders operation support
We have added the batch files/folders operations support to the File Manager so it should be easier for you to work with multiple files and folders. It also more intuitive to use now.
Full screen / distraction free editor by pinching out over the editor space
This probably just a little addition, but we believe it will improve your work flow. By pinching out over the editor space you will get a more free space on the editor area and lets you focus to your lines of code.
File filter by pulling down the File Manager
This is the part of File Manager improvements. You probably will use this feature alot when you have a a lot of file and folder in your file manager.
We also have improved the UI and UX of the Find and Replace function. It should be more usable and intuitive to use now, with case sensitive option added
Now SSH key can be uploaded via Local File Access
The SSH key uploading process is now much simpler. Instead of connecting your device to (iTunes app) notebook to upload the key, you can also upload the files via desktop uploader now.
Path is now showed in the top of file manager
This is also part of File Manager UX Improvements. Small attempt to improve the UX
Project is now called ‘Connection’ and project in the local tab is converted to folder
The “project” naming sometimes cause confusion and skeptical doubt for first time users, especially when they are working locally in the local tab. Why should I need to create a project to start working on local files?
We bring it back to basic. “Projec”t is now called ‘Connection’ and your existing project in the local tab will automatically be converted to folder
iOS 8 Deployment Target
You probably will notice this new iOS 8 version requirement. While the app is actually still working with iOS7, we want to be more focus with the newest and upcoming iOS version framework. Supporting the old iOS version sometimes brings more headache than it’s worth
A lot of bug fixes and improvements
Bugfixes and improvements on file handling, encoding, connections etx.
Hope you will like this update like we do. And if you do, please leave us a positive rate in the App Store. It will help us alot.
Anyway, just to let you know, we’re already working on Koder 3.5.
So, stay tuned!