Best Python IDE?

+3 Bucky Roberts · August 8, 2014
What is the best Python IDE in your opinion?

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0 gasser samy · October 6, 2014
hello Bucky
I have a problem with pycharm
I downloaded the latest version but it won't work
I install it but whenever I run it a message appears saying " error invoking main method "
I hope you can help me because I'm a beginner with python and I really like to use pycharm as it's the best as you say
0 Ben   · October 21, 2014
If I'm on Windows, I use Notepad++ and command prompt to run. 

Usually, though, on my main computer (Running Fedora 20 XFCE Spin), I use vim. 
Vim is a terminal-based text-editor with Syntax highlighting, etc. 

It's a lot simpler (in my opinion) to be able to write/quit, and then run. 

I use it a lot when making C programs as well. 
Since, I can just hit up on the keyboard, it's really simple to compile/run/edit the file again when needed.
0 Pat Hillson · December 7, 2014
I really like PyScripter.  I am learning Python at home and it is great in a Windows environment.
0 Dmitriy Naumov · December 7, 2014
I am new to programming. I had to choose a development environment.
What about Wing.
or Aptana
or PyCharm
What criteria must have IDE?
0 Bernard Pyc0d333 Parah · December 8, 2014

Building a small webapp presently using flask and angular js.
I am able to create a database, have having bower installed and the live edit plugin is also a life saver.
makes solving indentation problems easier, several plugins to choose from

I personally use jetbrains's IDE's. Check out phpstorm,webstorm,rubymine and IdeaIC for java.
0 jose matias · December 8, 2014
hey bucky i have  a question about java about the instant messenager . if i want to connect to another computer with my cousin to talk wat would i do?
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