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Pythonista is now featured on Python.org
dgelessus last edited by dgelessus
Woot! (I wonder who suggested it to be put there.)
Edit: Well look who's here... :) python/pythondotorg#1126
Edit 2: Well I'm an idiot, I totally missed the link in the OP. >.<
giraffe last edited by
Well deserved ! Pythonista is such a great app :-)
Phuket2 last edited by
In total agreement with everyone here. I love this product. As a retiree that had not programmed for years and years Pythonista was so compelling it got me back into programming as a hobby. The app and Ole deserve all the success in the world. Whatever success means for him.
I think you also should get special credit for putting up with us and our billion requests :)
Brun0oO last edited by
I agree very much with all previous comments.
it's greatly deserved!
Finally, Pythonista rules 😜
technoway last edited by
Thank you omz for making such a great product, and congratulations ccc, on getting Pythonista on the Python website.
Pythonista is, by far, my favorite App on my iPhone.
ForceBru last edited by
Congratulations, @omz! Pythonista is the best app for Python programming on iOS! I use it every day (yep, I'm a Python fan; also, a Pythonista fan, definitely) and I like everything about it. I mean, with Pythonista I can do everything I can do on my computer. Pythonista runs very smoothly and allows the use of all Python features (...except multiprocessing and subprocesses, but this is understandable), which is perfect!
BTW, it would also be super awesome if you could create a C or C++ IDE just like Pythonista :D At the moment, there are no apps in the AppStore that provide stable offline compilation of C or C++ code.
ellie_ff1493 last edited by
@ForceBru I think it's against apples t&c because it has to compile code
dgelessus last edited by
@ellie_ff1493 Apple has recently (a few months ago) relaxed the restrictions on executable code - apps are now allowed to compile and run user code. There are however some restrictions about how much screen space user code is allowed to use, that it must be an educational app, and some other things - Apple just loves to put random restrictions on this sort of thing. I'd recommend reading that section of the app guidelines yourself if you're interested in the exact requirements.
chriswilson last edited by
Well done @omz!
david last edited by
Great new.... Congrats!
cvp last edited by
Have you ever seen an app where the developer is so congratulated by (all) his clients? 😇
Ti Leyon last edited by