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PyCharm - The Python IDE for Professional Developers

PyCharm - The Python IDE for Professional Developers

PyCharm - is an Integrated Development Environment (IDE) used for programming in Python. It provides code analysis, a graphical debugger, an integrated unit tester, integration with version control systems (VCSes), and supports web development with Django. PyCharm is developed by the Czech company JetBrains.

It is cross-platform working on Windows, Mac OS X and Linux. PyCharm has a Professional Edition, released under a proprietary license and a Community Edition released under the Apache License. PyCharm Community Edition is less extensive than the Professional Edition.1

References

Video

PyCharm Overview

Getting Started with PyCharm 1/8: Setup
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Installing and Launching

Linux Desktop Shortcut2

go to menu Tools -> Create Desktop Entry to add it to your system menus.

Creating Virtual Environment

Creating Virtual Environment - PyCharm makes it possible create virtual environment using the virtualenv tool. So doing, PyCharm tightly integrates with virtualenv, and enables configuring virtual environments right in the IDE.

  • Launch PyCharm
  • Select the Open option
  • Select the myproduct folder

Project Interpreter

In PyCharm navigate File >> Setting >> Project: myproject >> Project Interpreter

  • Click on the Gear Steam in the upper right
  • Select Create VirtualEnv
  • Enter Name
  • Enter Location; an example would be ~\myproduct\venv
  • Select Base interpreter

Add Python Packages

In PyCharm navigate File >> Setting >> Project: myproject >> Project Interpreter

  • Select the + to the right and add Packages (select Specify version as needed)
    • Django
    • Selenium

Creating Requirement Files

gitignore

JetBrains.gitignore
git windows,macos,linux,python,virtualenv >> .gitignore

1 PyCharm. (2016, May 20). In Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia. Retrieved 17:21, June 12, 2016, from https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=PyCharm&oldid=721251008
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