Django development with PyCharm: new video on new JetBrains TV
The short 5-min video gives a brief overview of main features starting from Django project creation to a first start in the browser. Also, the demo shows many coding productivity features of PyCharm editor, e.g. code completion for Python, inside Django templates and for HTML tags; live templates/snippets; surround with…; and examples of PyCharm intentions such as automatic creation of view method and a template.
Check out the new Django development with PyCharm screencast.
Watch and develop with pleasure!
The JetBrains Team
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