Best Python IDE?

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

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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?
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.
+1 Austin Elliott · December 7, 2014
I think Pycharm is the best, but I hate how you have to pay to unlock it's full features. If anyone has an equivalent of Pycharm that you know of, that is free, please let me know. 
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 Pat Hillson · December 7, 2014
I really like PyScripter.  I am learning Python at home and it is great in a Windows environment.
0 Jimmy Rodriguez · November 10, 2014
definitely "spyder"
+2 Colonel Panic · October 23, 2014
*nix_server = vim # Because anything else would be uncivilized
Windows = Visual Studio || PyCharm # I like them both equally.
Linux Desktop = PyCharm
Mac = PyCharm

Most of the people that develop python, prefer PyCharm.  That speaks volumes.  Its integration with other syntax's (JSON, HTML, XML, CSS) and Git are extremely valuable.  Plus its debugging features is amazing. 
+1 Jayanth Varma B · October 22, 2014
I used pycharm (community edition) and it's good as far as i can say.

You can try sublime Text 2. Or Notepad++ with terminal also works fine.
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 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
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