Category Archives: Cool Feature

Live Webinar: Production Python 3 Web Development with Pyramid and PyCharm, October 17th

This is a cross-post from JetBrains Company Blog. Join us Thursday, October 17th, 14:00 – 15:00 GMT (10:00 – 11:00 EDT) for our free webinar, Production Python 3 Web Development with Pyramid and PyCharm featuring Paul Everitt. Winner of the … Continue reading

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Working with UML class diagrams

Sometimes it can be really handy to have a schematical view of an application’s class hierarchy. PyCharm lets us quickly examine our application structure by generating UML class diagrams. This can help us understand the codebase we’re working on and … Continue reading

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The Editing with PyCharm tutorial is published

The editor in PyCharm is much more than a text editor. The PyCharm editor provides syntax highlighting for many languages, error indication on-the-fly and quick-fix suggestions,  has a wide range of customizable settings, smart code completion and much more. Many … Continue reading

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Use shortcuts to speed up your Python development

PyСharm brings a keyboard-centric approach to your development process. It provides keyboard alternatives to actions that are traditionally performed via the mouse in modern graphical IDEs. Some of these are radically more efficient than using a mouse, some not so … Continue reading

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Testing your Python code with PyCharm

Everybody knows that getting used to writing the testing code in parallel with the running code is a good habit. Used wisely, this method helps you define more precisely your code’s intent and find bugs ASAP, thus saving many hours … Continue reading

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TextMate Bundles in PyCharm

Projects may contain file types unknown to PyCharm. While PyCharm comes with built-in support for many programming and scripting languages, you may want to have syntax highlighting for project-specific languages. For example, a project may contain a shell script, or … Continue reading

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Working with TODO in PyCharm

This post originally written for PhpStorm by Maarten Balliauw, our Jetbrains Technical Evangelist, highlights simple yet handy “TODO” feature available in our Python IDE as well: When working on a project, it’s often desirable to create a list of tasks … Continue reading

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Vim as a Python IDE, or Python IDE as Vim

“Vim as a Python IDE” is a hot topic. Everybody knows Vim is an incredible text editor for typing and editing text very quickly and efficiently (if you are an experienced Vim user, that is). Moreover, it is highly customizable, … Continue reading

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Getting started with PyCharm is available

We are glad to let you know that we’ve just published our Getting Started with PyCharm tutorial to help jump-start your use of the PyCharm IDE. The tutorial is very simple as any getting started tutorial should be, and covers … Continue reading

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How PyCharm helps you with remote development

Have you ever wanted to develop a Python or Web application for Linux from your laptop running Windows 7 or MAC OS X? To debug or test your application on different operating systems without ever leaving the IDE? Or just … Continue reading

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