Introducing PyCharm 2021.2!
This release comes with Python 3.10 support, auto-reload for browser HTML preview, and more! Before we start the overview of the major PyCharm 2021.2 features, we have some important information to make you aware of. First of all, we have good news for our Asian users. Starting with this version, you can enjoy a fully localized UI in Chinese, Korean, or Japanese. Localization is available as a
PyCharm 2021.2 Release Candidate Is Out
PyCharm’s 2021.2 major release is right around the corner, and the PyCharm team is adding the final touches to the new features and fixing important bugs. As we approach the end of this release’s early access program, we’d like to thank everyone who participated, tested new PyCharm functionality, and helped us improve the project by submitting bug reports and comments on Twitter. Your contributio
PyCharm 2021.2 EAP 4 is out!
With PyCharm 2021.2 EAP 4, we’ve concentrated on small details and final bug fixes before the major PyCharm 2021.2 release. One of the improvements in this version is the ability to work with the SciView tool window when you are behind a proxy. The team also worked on improving support for literal collections. Important! PyCharm EAP builds are not fully tested and might be unstable. The Toolbo
Webinar: “Simple, Fast Frontends with htmx” with Carson Gross
PyCharm 2021.2 EAP 3
PyCharm 2021.2 EAP 3 is available with some nice new features! As usual, our main goal for the EAP is to give you a sense of what to expect in the upcoming PyCharm 2021.2 release. We are hoping to get your active feedback on the overall performance of the PyCharm 2021.2 EAP versions, and in particular, on the feel, look, and performance of the new features we will be highlighting throughout the EA
Early Access PyCharm: PyCharm and Data Science
For a very long time, PyCharm's Data Science tooling has not been a feature set that we've talked at length about. We've got a lot wrong, but this time around, we've changed the way we approach building tools for Data Scientists. I sat down with Andrey Cheptsov, the Product Manager of the newly created DataSpell IDE and asked him how this time, it's going to be different. Transcript Nafiul: H
PyCharm 2021.1.3 Is Out
The PyCharm 2021.1.3 release fixes some major issues in the IDE performance, UI, and specific features. Support for Django, frontend, and databases is only available in PyCharm Professional. Thank you for all the feedback you’ve shared with us in our issue tracker! You can get the latest build from inside the IDE, with the Toolbox App, or using snaps for Ubuntu. It is also available for download f
PyCharm 2021.2 EAP 2: Python Packages Installation From Custom Locations
Release Candidate for PyCharm 2021.1.3 Is Out
This Release Candidate for the minor PyCharm 2021.1.3 release contains a list of fixes to make your PyCharm 2021.1 experience smoother. Note that the following functionality is only available in PyCharm Professional: support for Django, frontend, and databases. Thank you for all the feedback you’ve shared with us in our issue tracker! DOWNLOAD PYCHARM 2021.1.3 RC Here are the major bug fixes:
Join us for some Fun with PyCharm and Postgres
In this webinar, we are going to talk about databases, particularly PostgreSQL, a powerful, open-source object-relational database system. Our guest speaker, Craig Kerstiens, will be sharing his extensive knowledge about the topic. Get ready to dive into Postgres! We'll take a look at: Rich data types and indexing, such as JSON inside Postgres and indexing with GIN and GiST indexes Things
PyCharm 2021.1.2 is out!
The second minor release of PyCharm 2021.1 contains several bug fixes in different functional areas, from the overall performance and working with Jupyter Notebooks to working with databases. Take a look at what’s inside! Download PyCharm 2021.1.2 Performance Jupyter Notebook Editing Support for the older versions of Oracle DB Frontend development Download PyCharm 2021.1.2 For the full l
Join the Webinar “Three Paradigms For Method Inheritance”, with Reuven Lerner
No object-oriented programming language would be worth looking at or using if it didn't support inheritance. Invented in 1969 for Simula, inheritance is the mechanism of deriving new classes from existing ones. By doing this, we get a hierarchy of classes. Python not only supports inheritance, but multiple inheritances as well. In most class-based, object-oriented languages, an object created thr