Best Android Ide For Javascript

Javascript has always been an important part of web development. It is one of the most popular programming languages, with a large community of developers, and it is used to create interactive websites and apps.

However, many people who are new to Javascript are confused about how to use it in their own projects. There are many resources online that claim to be able to teach you how to program in Javascript, but unfortunately most of them are not very good.

In this article we will discuss some of the best Android ide for javascript so that you can start learning right away!

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Top 7: Best free code editors apps for Android

See our top of 7 from the best free code editors applications for software developers.

As an enthusiast developer, I write and read a lot of code every single day without exception. However, not always you can take your laptop and work wherever you want for different reasons. Nowadays, everybody has a Smartphone that is small as a hand. Many developers say that that’s already an impediment because you can’t work comfortably, but we do not all think in the same way (i mean, not all of us have huge fingers).

In this top, we will share with you a collection of 7 from the best free code editors applications available for the Android Platform.


If you want to enjoy your development experience while you work with any of the apps in this top, we recommend you to use an appropriate keyboard like Hacker’s keyboard. This keyboard is available on the Play Store.

7. Dcoder


Dcoder App Screenshot

Dcoder is a mobile coding IDE especially designed to hone your coding skills on mobile. It is a complete package to learn and comprehend the programming languages from a wide range e.g from C to Ruby. It includes Rich text editor supporting syntax highlight and packed with all the necessary tools required to give you all the edge an IDE or Code Compiler can give. The compile process is made through cloud APIs, that means that these features aren’t available without internet.

Not only you can code, you can debug the code to see compilation errors and Result on the same screen. Its more alike port of your favourite Code Editors like Notepad++ or Sublime Text with compilation power. It offers Custom Themes too, Editable font Size for the Editor and much more. This app offers in-app purchases.

6. Quoda Code Editor

Quoda Code Editor Screenshot

Quoda is a sophisticated and easy to use source code editor or IDE, much like Notepad++, Textmate or Sublime Text, with integrated support for SFTP/FTP(S) servers and cloud storage (Dropbox and Google Drive).  Other features include downloading URL source code, Code-completion, auto-encoding detection, brace matching, auto-indentation, line bookmarking, colour picker, HTML formatting, and even more – many of these unmatched by other Android IDEs or text editors.

If you want to code productively away from your PC, Quoda is a must have, allowing you to carry a text editor and IDE like Notepad++, Textmate or Sublime Text in your pocket to code when on the move.

5. QuickEdit

QuickEdit is a fast, stable and full featured text editor for Android devices. It has been optimized for both phone and tablet, it’s of high performance and real time feedback on large text files (more than 10,000 lines). The speed and responsiveness is very good if you compare it with other text editor apps on Google Play. It can be used as a text editor or code editor for normal text files and programming files. It will automatically detect the character encoding of your files, but you can still change it as you wish.

QuickEdit allows you to Access files from recently opened or added files collections, FTP, Google Drive, Dropbox and OneDrive and has syntax highlight for more than 40 languages like C++, C#, Java, XML, Javascript, Markdown, PHP, Perl, Python, Ruby, Smali, Swift, etc. QuickEdit has the ability to edit system files on rooted devices too.

4. anWriter Free

anWriter HTML editor helps you to write code: It offers an autocompletion support for: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, LaTeX (PHP, SQL in pro version). It supports modern technologies: It offers an autocompletion support for HTML 5, CSS 3, jQuery, Bootstrap, and Angular It supports FTP: You can download a file from the FTP server, send a file to the FTP server, and browse directories on the FTP server. It allows previewing web pages in application: Allow you to get a quick preview of your web page in an internal viewer. You don’t need to open a browser. The integrated viewer has a JS error console. 

With anWriter you will significantly increase your coding speed, compared with a usual notepad. anWriter is much lighter than most IDE, but at the same time much more powerful, than most of notepad like editors.

3. Pocket Editor

Pocket Editor is meant to be used as an integrated development environment (IDE), text editor, and code editor for Android. It offers syntax highlighting, code completion, and other features for languages like:

  • JavaScript, HTML, CSS, JSON, XML, and SQL
  • PHP
  • SQL
  • Java, C, C++, C#, Objective-C, Swift, Kotlin
  • Ruby
  • Python, R, Perl, Lua
  • Go, Rust, Elixir, Elm, TypeScript
  • Cobol, Fortran, Pascal, Ada, and Assembly
  • YAML, TOML, and Markdown

And many more. It offers many features to enhance your performance while you work. Although this app is closed-source, it is totally free and it doesn’t have ads. Pocket Editor is a product by Our Code World.

2. Turbo-Editor

Simple, Powerful and Open Source Text Editor for Android. Built following the latest Android Guidelines to make the experience the most intuitive on the Phone but also on Tablets.

1. DroidEdit Free

DroidEdit is a text and source code editor (similar to Notepad++ or gedit) for android tablets and phones. Take your work everywhere with this application, code while you’re waiting for the bus or when you’re relaxing in a nice beach (i don’t know why someone would code on vacations but, whatever). Don’t rush to your office if you receive an emergency call asking you to change some code. Just pick your mobile phone and edit everything you need. This app supports Emmet Tools, expand simple expressions into full fledged HTML code automagically.

The ad supported version has exactly the same functionality as the paid version except it doesn’t have SFTP support, Dropbox support, Custom themes and root mode.

Honorable mentions

These are some applications that although they aren’t listed in the top, they deserve to be mentioned as they still rock

Our Code Editor Free is an integrated development environment (IDE),text editor, code editor for Android. Our Code Editor offers many features to enhance your performance while you work. Download and edit files from many sources (sftp,dropbox), an useful autocomplete and many highlight themes. Ideal for tablets, cell phone and other android devices. No account or internet connection required (excluding dropbox and SFTP), just download, install run and start coding ! The code files will be managed locally on your device.

Our Code Editor supports code folding, Live syntax checker (for a couple of languages), cut, copy, and paste functionality, Search and replace with regular expressions

Although this app is closed-source, it is totally free and it doesn’t have ads. Our Code Editor Free was written by Our Code World .


Codeanywhere Android App Screenshot

Codeanywhere is a text, code and markup editor, that has been redesigned and reengineered to be light, fast, and mobile-friendly. Connect to your FTP, SFTP Servers, Dropbox or Github account and easily manipulate your resources, folders or files just with the swipe of your finger. Share and collaborate on projects or just a single file – from wherever you are, and of course quickly edit code with our keyboard that has been customised for developers on the go. Codeanywhere also works on the desktop (Mac and PC).

Apparently the Codeanywhere app doesn’t allow to edit local files from your device, only from remote sources.


Enlightened Code Editor App Screenshot

Enlightened is an elegant, minimalist code editor for Android. Its purpose is similar to that of other lightweight code editors: it allows you to edit text and code of many different languages. Think of it as a kind of Notepad++ for Android devices. At the same time, its goal is to stay minimalistic and intuitive. It has absolutely no ads, intrusive permissions, or other nonsense. This app is not stable and have some bugs, however the app has potential and its improvable, that’s why it’s worth to mention it.

If you know another awesome free code editor application, please share it with the community in the comment box.

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Top 9 Android Apps and IDE for Java Coders and Programmers
December 11, 2014 4 min read

Coding on a Android Tablet
Coding on an Android Tablet or Smartphone
Recently at IDRsolutions my colleagues have spent a lot of time traveling to different conferences such as Oracle Code One and DevFest. One of the complaints my colleagues have is the amount of luggage they have to carry, especially when they still want to work on code for our Java PDF Viewer and SDK, PDF to HTML5 converter and a Java ImageIO replacement.

Having previously written an article on the ‘The 10 Best Android Apps for Designers and Web Developers’ as I spend a lot of my time on the web development and designing side of things, it occurred to me that Android is an extremely powerful platform (and open source) and I would be sure to find useful Apps and IDE’s for Java Coders and Programmers.

So to help make things easier for them, and with my keen interest in technology and love of gadgets, I grabbed my trusty Android phone to see what I could find.

JavaIDEdroid is an IDE (integrated development environment) that can run on Android and allows you to natively create Android applications without the need to use the Android SDK on Mac, Windows or Linux. It comes equipped with an aapt tool, compiler for Java, dx tool, DexMerger tool, ApkBuilder, zipsigner-lib (this library also does the zipalign), SpongyCastle Library, BeanShell Interpreter and JavaRunner, which allows running of any binary Java command line applications (.jar file).

Java Editor
Java Editor is a very easy-to-use and simple Java editor. It’s limited in functionality but it can color the syntax nodes, attributes, properties, events and also supports auto-completion and search and replace. It can open default files with the extensions jav & java.

DroidEdit is a text and source code editor (similar to Notepad++ on the PC) and is available for android tablets and phones. It is supported by android tablets with external keyboards like the Asus Transformer or those with third-party external keyboards, there is also support for Hackers Keyboard. It also supports a variety of languages like C, C++, C#, Java, HTML, CSS, Javascript, Python, Ruby, Lua, LaTeX, and SQL.

There is also a premium version with SFTP/FTP, Dropbox, Drive and Box support (great if you are on the move), custom themes (for those that want to customize everything), external commands through SSH and root mode.

Dcoder is a mobile coding IDE that is designed to help you learn to programme. It supports over 30 programming languages, including Java, C, C++, Python, C#, PHP and Ruby. Dcoder has a Rich Text Editor which has syntax highlighting, some autocomplete features and undo/redo. It also comes with algorithm problems for you to solve, to help you learn.

Code Peeker Pro: Source Reader
Code Peeker Pro comes with syntax highlighting and allows you to look up snippets. Although not an editor, it is a useful code reader and has been selected to be part of the Google Play for Education program and is currently used in schools as a teaching aid. Code Peeker will open and highlight any supported code language like C/C++ (c, cc, CPP, h, hpp), C# (c-sharp, csharp, cs), CSS, Java, JavaScript (js, JScript), PHP, Python (py), Ruby (rails, ror), XML (XML, XAML, XSLT, HTML, XHTML), ActionScript 3 (as3), AppleScript, Cold Fusion, Delphi/Pascal, Diff/patch files, Erlang, Groovy, JavaFX (jfx), Perl (pl), PowerShell (ps), Sass, Scala, SQL, Terminal scripts (bash, shell, sh, RC, conf), Visual Basics (vb, vbnet) and Verilog & System Verilog (v, SV)

It can also mark where the important code is, comes with a built-in file browser (in case your phone doesn’t have one), supports internal and external SD card memory and also supports other file browsers (Dropbox, File Expert, FX, Astro File Manager, etc).

AIDE – Android IDE
AIDE is an integrated development environment (IDE) for developing real Android apps directly on your Android device. It comes with interactive coding lessons and step-by-step tutorials for app development and Java programming skills. You can visually design apps, write code with the editor which can do code completion, real-time error checking, refactoring, smart code navigation and more.

AIDE supports Java/Xml and the Android SDK, apps with C/C++ and the Android NDK as well as pure Java console applications. It is fully compatible with Dropbox and allows easy download of your code from your Dropbox and sync back your changes. It can also open Android Studio projects which follow the default folder structure. AIDE also supports Git for professional development.

Anacode IDE
Anacode is another IDE (integrated development environment) and source code editor that supports the languages Java, HTML, CSS, PHP, JavaScript and C/C++ and allows you to build and run from your android device.
You can also write and test HTML, JavaScript and CSS in the built-in or system browser, upload to FTP and support the Tasks list too.

Quoda Code Editor
Quoda is easy to use source code editor or IDE, similar to Notepad++, with support for SFTP/FTP(S) servers and cloud storage (Dropbox and Google Drive). Some of the features include syntax highlighting with themes, cross-session editing, code-completion, extended keyboard, downloading source code from URL, auto-encoding detection, brace matching, auto-indentation, line bookmarking, colour picker, HTML formatting and more. These features come at a premium though and you may have to pay extra for newer or additional features. There is support for the following programming languages which include: ActionScript, C, C++, C#, CSS, Haskell, HTML, Java, JavaScript, Lisp, Lua, Markdown, Objective-C, Perl, PHP, Python, Ruby, SQL, Visual Basic and XML.

Java N-IDE
Java N-IDE was created to help people learn Java. It is a lightweight IDE that only supports Java. However, it does come with an offline compiler, autocomplete and code formatter. It is an open-source IDE with more features currently being worked on.


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