Iedis 2 provides code completion while you’re editing commands. All code completion are aware of context for convenience:
Iedis 2 provides syntax highlighting to indicate command syntax errors:
You can comment your commands to explain details of your script. Iedis 2 use
// to comment, you can use it at the end of a command or use at the beginning of a new line:
Place your caret at any command character and use shortcut
F1 to show quick documentation of a command, documentation will be rendered very quickly as they are offline:
You should format your script by using shortcut
⌘ + ⌥ + L on Mac and
Ctrl + Alt + L on Windows to make your script readable.
You can write many commands as you like in a console editor:
Iedis 2 remembers scripts you executed. You can browse them quickly in history dialog by click or use shortcut
⌥ + ⌘ + E on Mac and
Alt + Ctrl + E on Windows.
You can select a script by using shortcut
↩ and editor will be filled by the script you selected.