|Jun 18, 2013, 05:38 AM||#1|
im looking for an iPad App for programming Java while im in the library. I know that its not possible to compile it on it, but is there an App for writing the Code and sending it to my Home Desktop to compile it? Via FTP or someway else.
I would be grateful for Tips or even an Answer that its not possible
|Jun 18, 2013, 12:18 PM||#2|
If you don't have a desktop you can keep up all the time, you'll need a remote desktop provider with a JDK installed (or the necessary rights granted to users for installation). Unfortunately, my favorite provider, AlwaysOnPC, doesn't have JDK on their desktops, only JRE.
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