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David Amos presents five+ ways you can code in Python on any iPad right now.

When Apple released the M1 iPad Pros in March of 2021, I traded in my MacBook Pro to get the latest tablet. I’d already been using a mac Mini as my daily workhorse, so I wasn’t concerned about my day-to-day coding workflow. But I was very curious to know what coding on the iPad looks like, and if a full-featured professional coding set-up was even possible.

While a native Python IDE experience is still unavailable for iPadOS — and might never be — it turns out that it’s actually pretty easy to code in Python on the iPad, especially if you’re willing to work in Jupyter Notebooks. You don’t even need an iPad Pro!

  1. a-shell
  2. Carnets
  3. Juno
  4. Juno Connect
  5. Codeanywhere Cloud IDE

Additional methods:

  1. Pythonista3
  2. PyTo
  3. vscode.dev
  4. GitHub Codespaces
  5. pyodide
  6. iPad + RaspberryPi

Read the details in the article here


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