Early Access Program Releases

PyCharm 5 Beta is available

Today we announce the release of PyCharm 5 Beta, a feature-complete preview version of PyCharm 5.

Download PyCharm 5 Beta build 143.414 from the Early Access Preview page or as a patch-based update within the IDE (make sure to select the Beta releases or EAP channel in the update settings). After you take it for a spin, please give us your feedback.

Compared to the previous EAP build, this one includes a consolidation of fixes for various bugs and issues, as well as improvements for recently added features. You’re welcome to refer to the detailed release notes for more information.

Here’s a recap of what’s new in the upcoming PyCharm 5:

Python-related improvements:

  • Full Python 3.5 support
  • Docker integration
  • Thread Concurrency Visualization
  • Better code insight for Django ORM methods
  • Google and NumPy Style Python docstrings
  • Conda integration
  • App Config Tool for Google App Engine projects

Platform enhancements:

  • Brand-new indication for running configurations
  • Find in Path with instant preview
  • New UI for testing and tests history
  • True HiDPI Support and adjustments for color deficiency
  • Updated database tools
  • Editing code in diff viewer
  • Branch operations from VCS Log Viewer and new “Rebase” action for git

Web development improvements:

  • Improved ReactJS support
  • Support for AngularJS 2.0
  • TypeScript 1.6 support
  • Better support for Meteor
  • New inspections for Node.js
  • Dart support enhancements

For more details about the upcoming features please see these announcements.

Stay tuned for a PyCharm 5 release announcement, follow us on twitter, and develop with pleasure!

JetBrains PyCharm Team

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