Python & Web Development
Intelligent Python Support
Enjoy outstanding coding assistance with smart code completion, code inspections, on-the-fly error highlighting, auto-fixes, along with automated code refactorings and rich navigation capabilities for all major Python implementations.
Smart Cross-technology Support
Web Development Frameworks
PyCharm offers great framework-specific support for modern web development frameworks such as Django, Flask, Google App Engine, Pyramid, and web2py.
Remote Development Capabilities
Run, debug, test, and deploy applications on remote hosts or virtual machines, with remote interpreters, integrated ssh terminal, Docker and Vagrant integration.
Built-in Developer Tools
An amazing suite of tools right out of the box: an integrated debugger and graphical test runner; a built-in terminal; integration with Git, SVN, and Mercurial; built-in Database Tools & SQL support.
Customizable and Cross-platform IDE
PyCharm works on Windows, Mac OS or Linux with a single license key. Enjoy a fine-tuned workspace with customizable color schemes and key-bindings, with VIM emulation available.
- macOS 10.8 or higher
- 1 GB RAM minimum, 2 GB RAM recommended
- 300 MB hard disk space + at least 1 GB for caches
- 1024×768 minimum screen resolution
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What’s New in JetBrains PyCharm Professional 2018.1.3
- Python console startup message folding improved
- Various other issues resolved (Docker Compose service selection, remote debugging on Windows, and more)
Python Console Messages:
- Since several versions, PyCharm has folded the startup messages of the Python interpreter in the Python console. This means that you have more room to write your own code, yet you can still see the startup messages by hovering over the folded output.
Unfortunately, if you had configured custom startup code (which you can do in Settings | Build, Execution, Deployment | Console | Python Console), your own code’s output would be folded as well. In PyCharm 2018.1.3, we’re making sure to only fold large startup messages (like IPython’s), and show the output of your custom code:
- In the RC, there was an issue with choosing a service in a Docker Compose project, this was resolved in this version.
- An issue with remotely debugging Python code on Windows computers was resolved
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