PyCharm 2020.1 EAP 6

We have a new Early Access Program (EAP) version of PyCharm that can be now downloaded from our website. In PyCharm 2020.1 EAP 6, we have been working out some of the kinks to make this release cleaner and more reliable for all our PyCharm users. Highlights and Fixes Debugging your Python code is essential. So we have made sure to resolve the issue that found users not being able to use step over just after they step into, in the debugger. The issue with breakpoints not being hit in…

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PyCharm 2020.1 EAP 5

We have a new Early Access Program (EAP) version of PyCharm that can be now downloaded from our website. We are getting closer every week to the 2020.1 release. We are pushing hard to get through all the new features we want to make it into it. There are some big ones to try out in this EAP. New in PyCharm Generate requirements.txt Wouldn’t it be nice to generate a requirements.txt file from the packages list in project interpreter pane and then also have it stay in sync with that…

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PyCharm 2020.1 EAP 7

We have a new Early Access Program (EAP) version of PyCharm that can now be downloaded from our website This EAP has a lot of important bug fixes, some new features, and a few usability improvements. All of which makes PyCharm that much better to work with. New in PyCharm Command-line docker run options When you run your application for the very first time, PyCharm automatically creates the temporary Run/Debug configuration. You can modify it to specify or alter the default parameters and save it as a permanent Run/Debug configuration.…

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Webinar: “Django with PyCharm Tips and Tricks” with Paul Everitt

PyCharm has long had mature support for Django. Want to learn tips and tricks about Django to get the most out of PyCharm development? In this webinar we go through bite-sized Django tips being added to our PyCharm Guide. Wednesday, March 25th 5:00 – 6:00 PM CET (12:00 – 13:00 PM EDT) Register Now Aimed at developers with basic Django and PyCharm experience We’ll cover tips related to navigation, autocomplete, refactoring, debugging, and more. Each tip will be backed by a PyCharm Guide page with more information about that and…

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PyCharm 2019.3.4

We’ve fixed a couple of issues in PyCharm 2019.3. You can get it from within PyCharm (Help | Check for Updates), using JetBrains Toolbox, or by downloading the new version from our website. In this version of PyCharm If you don’t specify the type explicitly, PyCharm infers the type of a variable based on its usage. This helps us get you great code completion. In previous versions, we had an issue where for global variables type inference didn’t work as expected. This is now resolved. In the built-in Python Console,…

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PyCharm 2020.1 Beta

We have a new Beta version of PyCharm that can now be downloaded from our website. This Beta brings us closer to the 2020.1 release: we’re working on polishing everything to get it ready, and this week’s version brings some great improvements. New in PyCharm Creating new Pyramid projects with Cookiecutter   Pyramid has adopted cookiecutter as the official way to create new projects. From this version onward, PyCharm will also use the official cookiecutter template to create Pyramid projects. Further Improvements We recently improved how stepping works in the…

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PyCharm 2020.1 Beta 2

PyCharm is approaching its release, and this beta is yet another waypoint we’re passing. The new Beta version of PyCharm can now be downloaded from our website. Improved in PyCharm We’ve improved our code completion a little: in some cases, we’d suggest a symbol from the typing package, rather than the collections package. In most cases, you’d like to actually use the collection, and not just add a type annotation, so we’ve ordered them in the way they’re used. Do you think Literal[“rw”, “wb”, “ab”] looks clearer than Union[Literal[“rb”], Literal[“wb”],…

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Webinar Recording: “Django with PyCharm Tips and Tricks” with Paul Everitt

Yesterday we hosted a webinar showing some of PyCharm’s Django-specific features for speeding Django development. The recording is now available: Contents This webinar covered 20 tips and tricks for our Django support, but started with 4 tips on using the IDE effectively. You can browse the Django tips individually in our Django Tips and Tricks playlist, plus see our full-length Django screencasts playlist. IDE setup: theme, font, etc. 4 common tips: find action, reduce clutter by turning off tools, disable tabs, recent file Installed Apps Dependency Diagrams Installed App Navigation…

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PyCharm: PyCharm 2020.1 EAP starts now

There are two types of people in the world: those who can wait to open a package they’ve received, and people like me, who need to see what’s inside this very second. PyCharm isn’t delivered in the mail though, and that’s why we have something even better for impatient people. The early access program (EAP) shows you what’s in the package a couple months before you get it. Take a sneak peek, and get PyCharm’s first EAP now! New in PyCharm JetBrains Mono We recently announced our font designed especially…

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PyCharm: Webinar Recording: “React+TypeScript+TDD in PyCharm”

Yesterday we had our webinar on React, TypeScript, and Test-Driven Development (TDD.) And…we had a special guest! Ekaterina Prigara, PMM for WebStorm, co-hosted and fielded most of the questions. Which was lucky for us: she really-really-really knows not just our IDE’s web development story, but all of these crazy technologies in the world of JavaScript. The recording is now available. As a programming note, I’m giving this webinar next week for IntelliJ IDEA and in November for Rider. But I also plan to do a second part for PyCharm next…

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