In a different thread, there was much praising about pairing the TextBlade and iPad Pro. So I ask how much can an iPad be driven by the keyboard? I have the first model of iPad Pro and I can switch apps with a keyboard and, for text input, obviously the keyboard works well.
But I would like to know how much can one really be keyboard only. For example, in Safari, I can go to the url and type out a location and go there. But to interact with links on a webpage or even search results, I seem to need to touch them. Is there a keyboard accessible way to do this? Or is there another browser app that does this?
What apps have people found that are fully keyboard controllable, something like one can command tab into it and get to whatever one wants to do with it?
For example, the Dash app for documentation, I can do cmd+f to get to the search bar and then do a fuzzy match to get what I want, so I can get what I need out of it, but it does not seem to have any way of selecting from the list without touching the option.
Thus, I feel like I got lucky that I can make it work with just a keyboard rather than the developer intentionally thinking about how to drive the whole app with a keyboard. I would love to find and follow developers that embrace that ethos of keyboard control being a first-class priority.