Re: [nycpython] Selecting an IDE for Django development?

From: Cheney T.
Sent on: Thursday, October 3, 2013 10:59 AM
I'm a fan of using Pycharm if you like having a full-featured IDE with
code completion, debugging and the likes. I believe, they just
recently released a free version of their application, so it's def.
more economical now.

Otherwise, I just play in a combination of sublime and the REPL.

--Cheney Tsai
Cheney Tsai
Software Engineer @ Pickie
Duke University '11



On Thu, Oct 3, 2013 at 10:55 AM, Brian Gupta <[address removed]> wrote:
> So, I've been asked to buy PyCharms for a dev that works with me on a
> Django project, but he has never used it, and was just going on the
> recommendation of a single other developer that likes it.
>
> I have asked another dev, whom I trust that does Django development,
> and he said to use EMACS.
>
> Clearly, there are a wide variety of opinions, that spans the rich
> ecosystem of development tool choices available to Python developers
> today.
>
> I tried to do a bit of research, and it seems that the field of Python
> IDEs is massive as evidenced by
> http://stackoverf...­
> and
> https://wiki.pytho...­
>
> Any thoughts or recommendations are appreciated.
>
> Thanks,
> Brian
>
>
>
>
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