Can anybody recommend any good IDE's for the transformer? I've tried a few and they seem mostly oriented towards phones. There's a ton of space on the tablet especially with a keyboard attached, and the CPU is certainly powerful enough to do some context sensitive functions.
My netbook is an MSI u230. Arguably the fastest netbook on the planet (A dualcore Athlon XP). Can run a webserver, photoshop, or pretty much anything. However, batterylife sucks (It's a desktop CPU and chipset crammed into a netbook). Android isn't as powerful, but web development applications are basically just glorified text editors (ex:autocomplete = spellcheck), so it may actually be a good alternative for when i want to work while away from a power socked for extended periods. I've been to web development seminars and the netbook was dead halfway through.
I've tried a few apps so far, but they seem to be limited as if they're limiting themselves only to phones. Any suggestion would be welcome.
Web Master Lite
+ Has autocomplete. The commands show up on the lower right as you type. Would be nice if you could move up and down the list with the arrow keys like in eclipse.
+ Can preview in the full version.
Android Web Editor
+ Has preview in the lite version
+ Can access files directly from your ftp server
- Does not have auto indent. If you're using embedded lines (i.e. functions, tags, or pretty much anywhere), you'll need manually hit the spacebar to make them line up each time you hit enter.
+ Works very similar to eclipse. You start typing and it shows a list of possible commands on the right. Pressing enter will automatically use the item at the top of the list. *VERY USEFUL!*
+ Great for composing AS class modules while on the road that you can sync back to your main PC later.
+ It can compile. It sends the script to an off site server, which sends back a compiled SWF that the app then runs.