No, really. I think I can deal with that. Many years ago, when I first became addicted to Android devices, I gave AWD - IDE For Web Dev a shot. I quickly paid a few dollars and got the full-featured version. The motivation for such was that I had multiple websites I was working on and the full version remembered more than one connection.
The major event that made me a believer of AWD - IDE happened a weekend that I spent away from home, outside of Kentwood, La on a ranch where I had no WiFi, but I did have my Android phone.
A tropical system was named. I fired up AWD - IDE on my cell, tapped into my server, activated the tracking mechanisms, and boom! JayCTheriot.Com was actively tracking a storm, a thousand or so miles away, put in motion by a geek and his cell hours away from his server, typing with his thumbs.
To say the least, my system has increased in its complexity since then. I haven't used AWD in years. During that time, a former colleague suggested that I start using a GitHub to keep my code revisions in. I hate to say that I have not yet fully implemented the GitHub, but may now.
I found that AWD - IDE supports Git. Amazon Fire supports AWD, and WordPress. I now have full access to my code wherever I am, carrying nothing more than my tablet, my cell and a pocket keyboard.
I am gaining significant faith in Amazon products. I've now got four Echo Dots in my abode, a Fire TV stick and an FireHD Tablet that controls them all. Now, it seems that the little tablet will allow me to control two enterprise-class servers hosting about 60 virtual computers, over 8 domains and fleet of sub-domains.
I love development and technology. I may be mobility impaired, but it doesn't mean that my equipment has to be.
Thanks for reading,
Jay C. "Jazzy_J" Theriot