Overall Satisfaction with PyCharm
I am using the PyCharm Community version. I've been working with this version for a few years and in several companies, I've been through and had the need to develop some application or maintain.
- Connectivity with various databases, to perform queries in the IDE itself.
- Integration with major version controllers. Performing all commands in the IDE itself.
- Quickly and conveniently install, update and remove plugins in the IDE itself using the repositories.
- Real-time coding verification to warn of misuse of methods and/or functions.
- Process of searching for files by name or by source code snippets.
- Access to files that refer to their encoding as a native file that contains one class declaration being used in another by clicking on the class name, for example.
- The process of upgrading IDE versions can be improved for the Linux environment as we need to download a new version and use it. This does not happen when it works on Windows.
- Failure to learn to learn all the features of the IDE, making the most of all its functions. At least I didn't find this description.
- The value of the full version is very expensive, thinking about the location I am in.
- These new versions use a lot of machine feature. Java consuming a lot of memory.
- Response time for faster development.
- Versioning of changes made, avoiding submitting buggy files.
- Sublime Text, Notepad++, NetBeans and Visual Studio IDE
PyCharm has all the features that ACIM software has, such as version control, real-time coding correction, misuse, and documentation. Now what has determined is the integration of this IDE with features that we would normally have to perform in external applications like BD Clients, GIT, Github, plugin installation. All this in a practical and fast way.
I'm giving it the top grade because I didn't have to use support for application issues/bugs. And when I needed student license support I got the full attention of JetBrains staff.
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When I need to change something punctual I prefer to open the file in a text editor since the IDE is very heavy and to execute it would take some time. It is very suitable for correcting multiple files at the same time using the find and replace function on files. And do all version control without having to go to terminals or run external applications.