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Continuous is a fast and powerful .NET C# and F# IDE that runs directly on the iPad and iPhone (no network needed!). With it, you can write apps and games using your favorite languages on your favorite devices.
Continuous is always building and running your code so you can see changes as you type. Writing interactive apps in Continuous is a pleasure compared to the traditional code-build-run cycle. It frees you to make lots of small changes and see their effects immediately - no more waiting for builds or deployments and no more clicking around trying to get to the screen you're trying to code.
Continuous looks and works in many of the same ways as traditional .NET IDEs so you'll feel right at home, but it also strives to advance the state of the art in IDEs with these features:
>>> Full C# 8 and F# 4.7 compilers so you can use the latest tech
>>> Xamarin.Forms Live XAML Editing
>>> Automatic compiling and running so you can focus on the code and the results
>>> Fancy text editor with tabs, semantic highlighting, inline error bubbles, and inline values that are updated as you type
>>> Watch window enables you to view graphical objects in your app (UI and images), inspect live objects as your app runs, create instances of new objects, and call methods
>>> Code completion with inline type info and documentation makes learning new APIs fun
>>> Uses standard .NET file and project formats so you can share code with other IDEs
>>> Includes Xamarin.Forms and UIKit to build apps and SpriteKit and SceneKit to build games. You can access many iOS APIs including CoreMotion, the Social framework, and HealthKit to read data.
>>> Split screen support so you can keep documentation by your side
>>> Execution powered by a new IL interpreter
If you're new to .NET or iOS coding, you will love the code completion with integrated documentation and the fun examples that come with the app.
If you're a .NET pro, then you will love the support for projects and the ability to inspect objects as you code them - whether they're in a script or just a normal project file.
If you're new to programming, C# is an great language to learn: it's powerful yet friendly language, example code is all over the internet, and there are plenty of jobs out there waiting for you.
If you enjoy thinking a little differently, then you will love that F# is included and fully supported. This amazing programming language will teach you to write better code and will arm you to solve problems that you thought were too big or hard to solve - like writing an IDE.

Neue Funktionen von Version 1.4

* Updated for iOS 14
* Console.ReadLine and ReadKey support. When you run these functions, you can type into the Console window to provide input.
* Full Files app integration so now you can easily manage and share files with other computers and other apps. This makes it possible to use Continuous to edit your existing projects!
* New fonts! Try coding with ligatures with Cascadia Code, Fira Code, and JetBrains Mono.
* C# 9 Preview with Records. Try out the latest features of C# 9!
* Preview of ASP.NET Core support
* Keyboard bindings for Tab and Shift-Tab to Indent and Outdent lines
* Keyboard binding to toggle the completion window (Ctrl+Space)
* Build progress bar at the top shows you the status of long builds.
Over 12 other fixes and improvements. Enjoy!



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21 Bewertungen


Console.Readline ?

Why console readline is not working?

Terrible Support

Version 1.2
Despite the App actually being very useful, I cannot justify a higher rating considering the nonexistent support and inactive forums. Feature requests and questions regarding the App are simply ignored.

Good app to see if your build succeeds

Version 1.3
Otherwise there is no interaction possibility (e.g. in a console app).
I'm learning C# and wanted to have a portable IDE with me on my way to work or university. But with command lines such as:
Console.WriteLine("Hello, what is your name?");
var userName = Console.ReadLine();
Console.WriteLine("Hello " + userName + "!");
You get the output as:
Hello !
it doesn't ask my name as intended. Ok to see if your code succeeds in building the app, otherwise, you really cannot build real apps with this app.


Version 1.1.1
Too bad, the idea was good. However, the developer seems to have lost interest. No response to support requests...no updates...

In theory Great

Version 1.0.1
From a technical perspective it‘s an impressive App.
But it‘s a shame that it lacks decent iPad Pro Keyboard support (especially on Intellisense and Code completion).
Also like mentioned before Console.Readline() does not work so Console Applications are kind of „limited“.
And finally the author doesn‘t seem to be interested to answer question on his own support forum.

Great IDE for iPad

Version 1.0
One of the best available Apps on the planet!
Works great und gives instant feedback.
Thank you for the great work, Frank!

Console.Readline() doesn't work

Console.Readline() doesn't work


Just works. Good to learn some f# on the couch...

Nicht schlecht

eine Schande, dass es so etwas nicht von Apple gibt.


Like a mobile version of Xamarin Studio. :)
Surely this will not replace my IDE of choice but its an awesome unbelivable good playground.
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