The fourth early access program (EAP) version of PyCharm 2017.2 is now available! Go to our website to download it now.
New in this version:
- Docker Compose support on Windows. If you’re using Docker on Windows, please try it out. To set up a Compose project, go to your project interpreter, Add Remote, choose the ‘Docker Compose’ interpreter type and get started. If you need some help getting started, read our blog post on Docker Compose for Linux and Mac and ignore the warnings about Windows.
- Support for Azure databases, and Amazon Redshift. To try this out, open the database pane, use the green ‘+’ to add a data source, and choose the one you’re interested in.
- We’ve also fixed a lot of bugs related to Django support, Jupyter notebooks, and code inspections.
- And more! See the release notes for details
Please let us know how you like it! Users who actively report about their experiences with the EAP can win prizes in our EAP competition. To participate: just report your findings on YouTrack, and help us improve PyCharm.
To get all EAP builds as soon as we publish them, set your update channel to EAP (go to Help | Check for Updates, click the ‘Updates’ link, and then select ‘Early Access Program’ in the dropdown). If you’d like to keep all your JetBrains tools updates, try JetBrains Toolbox!
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