After first trying programming on the iPad as a beginning CS undergrad many, many years ago with the first iPad, I am now a software developer / part-time CS professor that wants to try and give the iPad Pro a chance for some light coding productivity. I realize there are no compiler/IDE solutions for iOS, but I'm curious if there are any solutions that look like VScode or Atom Editor on the iPad? Basically, an app with a text editor (+ syntax highlighting) and a terminal in the same window? The intent being that the text editor would have the project source, and the terminal window next to it would allow a make / gcc / javac, etc. I would imagine saving the document would entail writing over an SSH connection to a remote server or a git push, and the terminal would also be logged into an SSH server with the build tools on it. Initially, I was hoping for something like Jetbrain's CLion, which is an IDE but can use tools on a remote server to do it's compiling/debugging... but it does not look like such a solution exists on the iPad. Does any one have experience with an app like this? Would side-by-side mode with "Prompt" by Panic and "Working Copy" work well? I just dont want to have to flip back and forth between apps every time I have to edit/compile.... Thoughts? Thank you!