Webinar: “Django-in-PyCharm Tips: Reloaded”
Join us on October 20 at 3:00 pm UTC to look into what PyCharm offers Django development, featuring the new UI, remote and sharing options, endpoints, and more.
Webinar: Writing REST With Django and Ninja With Christopher Trudeau
Join the webinar by Christopher Trudeau to get started with Django Ninja.
How to use Materialized Views in Django
Repeatedly running queries that span multiple tables can be burdensome on your database. In this blog post, we’re going to talk about materialized views, how and why they help us cut down on query costs, and how to integrate them into your Django application. Read on to learn more or check out this video overview. What is a materialized view Materialized views are usually used to increase the performance of query retrieval, as they are cached, precomputed datasets derived from queries. Generally, you can benefit most from using a materialized view if the query is run frequently and the d
Thank You for Supporting the PyCharm and DSF Campaign
This April we joined forces with the Django Software Foundation to get as much support as possible from our audience for Django. In one month we managed to reach out to thousands of Pythonistas who helped us with this fundraiser campaign promotion. Thanks to your active participation, shares, reposts, and purchases, we managed to raise $45K for the DSF. This represents roughly 20% of the DSF's overall budget, which goes directly towards funding the continued development and support of Django via the Django Fellowship program and Django conferences worldwide. Apart from the fundraiser itself
PyCharm and Django
PyCharm had Django support from version 1.0. Over this time, the Django support has been gone through many changes, as well as many maintainers. In this episode of Early Access PyCharm, I talked to both Ilya (the previous maintainer of the Django support for PyCharm) as well as Aleksei (the current maintainer). Ilya currently works on WSL and SSH (as well as other remote interpreters and targets) and Aleksei is also hard at work on integrating PyPI info into development and package management inside PyCharm. We talk about how Django support came to be, as well as the challenges with creati
New Tutorial: Develop a Django App Using AWS
In his new tutorial, Mukul Mantosh gives very detailed instructions on how to develop a Django Application using AWS. If you have never used AWS to run your code, with this new tutorial you can give it a try and build your confidence. This tutorial is divided into distinct parts, so if you are only interested in a specific topic you can skip all the others. It also contains text in addition to the video content, so you can use it in any circumstances and in the most comfortable way for you. READ THE TUTORIAL Let’s take a short look at what is in the tutorial. Mukul explains the Django
PyCharm Supports Django – you can too!
For those developers, whose daily work benefits from the Django framework. As you probably know, the Django framework is built and maintained by community members. This might give you the impression that Django is effortlessly built by itself, but the truth is that the organization needs strong management and efficient communication. Making major Django releases every 8 months and bug fixes every month is no small task! That’s why the Django Fellowship program exists and why Django Software Foundation needs support from the community – both technical and financial. Moreover, the Django So
PyCharm & DSF Campaign 2020 Results
Good news for Python Django developers! The partnership between PyCharm and the Django Software Foundation has just raised 40,000 USD! For the fourth time, JetBrains PyCharm boosted the Django Software Foundation (DSF) fundraising with the campaign 'Get PyCharm, Support Django', where for 28 days users could purchase new individual PyCharm Professional annual subscriptions 30% OFF while giving the full amount of their purchase directly to the DSF. Even given current conditions, the campaign was a success, raising a total of 40,000 USD and representing 20% of the Foundation's funding goal for 2
PyCharm 2020.1 EAP 4
We have a new Early Access Program (EAP) version of PyCharm that can be now downloaded from our website. We’ve been hard at work making PyCharm easier to use and adding and improving features to get PyCharm 2020.1 ready for release. We have some good ones for you to try in this build. This EAP also includes loads of fixes from the IntelliJ Platform teams. New in PyCharm Flake8-style # noqa suppression Linters are incredibly useful tools for Python programmers. But sometimes the linter makes mistakes, and you get false positives. In such cases, you might want to disable or suppress the wa
Support framework of a strong relationship. 30% off PyCharm and 100% to Django
In summer 2017, JetBrains PyCharm partnered with the Django Software Foundation for the second year in a row to generate a big boost to the Django fundraising campaign. The campaign was a huge success. We raised a total of $66,094 USD for the Django Software Foundation! This year we really hope to repeat this success of the previous year. For the next three weeks, buy a new individual license for PyCharm Professional Edition at 30% OFF, and all the money raised will go to the DSF’s general fundraising and the Django Fellowship program. Promotion details Up until November 1, you can effectively
Support a Great Partnership: PyCharm and Django Team up Again
Last June (2016) JetBrains PyCharm partnered with the Django Software Foundation to generate a big boost to Django fundraising. The campaign was a huge success. Together we raised a total of $50,000 for the Django Software Foundation! This year we hope to repeat that success. During the two-week campaign, buy a new PyCharm Professional Edition individual license with a 30% discount code, and all the money raised will go to the DSF’s general fundraising and the Django Fellowship program. Promotion details Up until Aug 28th, you can effectively donate to Django by purchasing a New Individual PyC
Announcing General Availability of PyCharm 2016.1
Today we bring you PyCharm 2016.1, now available for download. This is the first update in the series of releases planned for 2016. Its outstanding new features for professional Python, Web and scientific development work together smoothly to offer you a unique coding experience. As usual PyCharm 2016.1 is available as a full-featured Professional Edition for Python and Web development, or as a free and open-source Community Edition for pure Python and scientific development. Here are some notable highlights of this release. Python-related improvements: Python 2 and Python 3 t