Hacker's Keyboard (official)
I used to code NodeJS services on my phone quite a lot when I was commuting to an office. I used Termux - https://termux.dev/en/. It was brilliant, and worked far better than you'd think it would. The main problem was the keyboard because the stock Android one doesn't support a lot of symbols. I solved that with https://github.com/klausw/hackerskeyboard.
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Makes jumping on multiple branches super useful right from an device as portable as a iPad or iPhone.
A lightweight virtual keyboard for developers.
Another keyboard for this use case is Unexpected Keyboard . I opted for this one, because Hacker's Keyboard seems to be in maintenance mode (sure, not necessarily an issue, but see the warning in the readme ).
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