Best Python IDE
Updated November 16, 2019

Best Python IDE

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 10 out of 10
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Overall Satisfaction with PyCharm

The entire Python development team uses PyCharm as the primary IDE for developing more complex and modularized projects, focusing on higher productivity as it is a robust IDE with many features and practicalities.
  • Support for multiple frameworks.
  • You can easily manage virtual environments, including choosing different instances of Python.
  • Embedded package manager (pip).
  • Pricing is too high.
  • In the community edition lack of framework support.
  • We no longer use some tools that are already integrated with PyCharm.
  • Productivity and team integration improved.
All other IDEs do not have as many tools and practicalities as PyCharm has. To run code or manage your virtual environments sometimes you need to have multiple terminals or other applications open, when with PyCharm all this integration is present in itself.
Good IDE with a lot of tools that make development easier.

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For Python developers PyCharm is the best option, it is an IDE that integrates all the needs for projects of various frameworks. You have handy features to send commands to the terminal, access its database (view and make changes), run your code and debug simply. But it is an IDE that requires a lot of RAM, besides for simpler tasks like scripts it is better to use IDLE.