A non-destructive source code editor or integrated development environment that is designed to make your development life better
Developers are always looking for software solutions that allow them to focus more on their coding rather than navigate complicated menus or distracting graphics.
Foopad is one of the apps at their disposal, with a flurry of functions and a neatly organized GUI.
The main window of Foopad is intuitive and you can easily create a new project, then add relevant files to it. Your project is expected to feature a title and an author name, along with a list of supported commands (each with its own set of arguments, working folder, and filename).
If you are interested in the remote synchronization features of Foopad, you need to choose the protocol (FTP, FTPS, HTTP, or HTTPS), enter the server name and the credentials you want to use.
Supports several file templates
When you want to create a new file, you can build it from scratch, or you can rely on the provided templates.
Once you have created or opened the files, you can duplicate, trim or sort selected lines, as well as merge or remove empty lines. Additional operations are available, such as find, replace, go to, beautify, toggle comments or bookmarks.
Integration with third-party software
In order to make the most out of Foopad, you can add it to the context menu of Windows Explorer and easily open a directory as a project.
Furthermore, you can integrate the application’s functions with some specialized tools that are typically used by developers, namely 7-zip, WinMerge, and WinSCP.
In a nutshell, Foopad can simplify some of the tasks developers need to complete on a regular basis, while also providing straightforward GUI and intuitive features.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used Foopad and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂