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Looking to run PHP via the iPad? Check Out Kodiak PHP

There was a time when Apple restricted what languages you could write and run code in via the iPad. In recent times though, a large variety of languages have made their way over to the iPad including Python, Basic and Lua. If you are into PHP though, a good solution still has yet to arrive- until now. Kodiak PHP provides a full PHP editing and executing experience for the iPad and is brought to you through the efforts of a three-man team made up of Adam Horacek, Kuba Brecka, and Jiri Ibl, all three from the Czech Republic.

Essentially the app allows you to edit and run PHP with easy, including special tools that make the process much easier along the way. The app includes an advanced editor with syntax highlighting, the ability to pen files in multiple tabs and even a way to execute PHP completely offline.

Having the flexibility to use multiple different languages in iPad is important, as it makes it easier for would-be app makers to craft their unique projects with the programming tools they know best. This app might not be for everyone, but if you have been looking for a PHP solution for the iPad- this is exactly what you’ve been waiting for.

Kodiak PHP is expected to hit the Apple AppStore on August 31st with an introductory price of just $4.99. From September 2nd and onward, the price will revert to $9.99. You can learn more by visiting the Kodiak PHP website.

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