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Friday, June 24th 2022, 4:56pm

Krpano on ipad pro

Hi,

I doubt a bit if an iPad pro +
Keyboard could be nice and good to do some holiday krpano coding, xml, html, js, folder structure, ftp, index.html trigger safari etc etc..
Anybody experience with that who is willing to have a video chat?

I might better get a small macbook, with all advantages, but i also need an ipad ... so i am wondering if i could 'kill 2 mosquitos in one hit'..

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Friday, June 24th 2022, 10:48pm

Not tablet but ios specific:
Using ios app GoCoEdit to do some code reading and minor coding/bugfixing is pretty useful. Sometimes helpful to do so in a different environment than at the same old workstation/desk.

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Sunday, September 4th 2022, 2:57pm

Hi,

I have this new ipad air + keyboard and i must say coding and running the project next to each other work quite excent!
So if you doubt.. do it.
Can be quite a good option on holidays, train, etc making quick set ups, test, trouble shoot..
Not equally conveniant to desktop, but a serious good option.

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Sunday, September 4th 2022, 5:52pm

i could never live without the terminal...
source control, node, brew, custom scripts helpers, etc...
also sublime text or vsc is a must for me

i'd definitely go with a macbook pro *squint*
i'll be more expensive but has way more possibilities

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Sunday, September 4th 2022, 9:37pm

Yes ,

I fully agree..
But in the tent on a sandy camping i prefer not to bring my macbook pro m1 max thing.. and i also didn't want to really work, and i need a new ipad anyway so..
i'm happy, but agree..

Tuur *thumbsup*

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Sunday, September 4th 2022, 10:51pm

my wife would probably kill me if i code in a tent on a sandy camping *g*
i also must say i never really used ipads, at least not for working.
but i stumbled on this btw... might be of interest...
https://coder.com/blog/a-guide-to-writing-code-on-an-ipad

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Monday, September 5th 2022, 10:01am

Hi,

yes I also did find that article, among others.
Textastic is a nice editor for this holiday/bench/train coding I think.


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Tuesday, September 20th 2022, 12:08pm

My experience with ipad and workflow

Hello, I have my pc at home but I only travel with my ipad mini with a foldable keyboard. I use everpano for tours. I use azure to host my sites.

I primarily use the ipad for work (non virtual tour) related tasks like mail, tech support and general admin.

In a pinch I edit the krpano files directly in browser in azure portal but I'm always uncomfortable with it.


Since I use the ipad with a remote desktop type connection I thought I'd consider setting up a mac in the cloud on aws and basically have that be my everpano/light coding type environment.
Unfortunately I haven't set up my mac in the cloud up but I could still share my remote desktop experience in general.
I think it's a real option to use the ipad as a remote desktop client and have the environment in the cloud.

Tuur, I happen to be in NL too so maybe we could do more than do a virtual call, maybe I can meet up. I'm in enschede but I travel around quite often.

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