Whew! I finally manged to rework this app!
When I first wrote QuickHTML, I was very new to Android development. The code used in it was unoptimized, memory-inefficient and buggy! Any updates made to the app, based on user requests, mainly, were akin to putting lipstick on a pig. 🙂
But recently, I got myself to begin from scratch and rewrite the whole app, making a conscious effort to be efficient with resources. It also has an integrated file manager!
Here are some notable features:
- Rapid file access – The new version uses an upgraded method of file access, making it faster, even for large HTML files.
- Move to SD card support for Android 2.2+ devices
- Updated UI – Fully customizable! Go ahead and relocate the tag buttons below the text box, if that’s where you’d like them. Don’t like too many buttons cluttering your HTML editor screen? Use the new ‘Minimal’ mode!
- Clipboard slots – Now store frequently used lines of code in ten clipboard slots. The path of the file is also available as a clipboard slot for quick insertion.
- Project structure – The new version relies on an IDE [Integrated Development Environment]-like project structure to store files. Newly created projects come with two folders, ‘src’ and ‘assets’, to hold your HTML and other media files, respectively.
As before, QuickHTML continues to ship with its own HTML reference guide, for quick access to the usage details of various HTML tags. QuickHTML also has intrinsic support for HTML5 development.
Feature suggestions and criticism are always welcome. Use the ‘Feedback’ button in the app to contact me. Thank you!