Using VS Code for Python/Django Development

VS Code is an editor developed by Microsoft. I have been using this editor for Python development for a few months now. Previously I have been using Pycharm Community Edition for development, but I had to switch to an editor which was less resource consuming than Pycharm, hence I found VS Code. It was initially suggested to my by one of my colleagues. My first impression was, what is this? Is it really usable? Is it as bad as Atom?(I have a dreadful experience with Atom, although Atom is…

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Categories: Python, Django, VSCode, Virtual-Environment, IDE, technical-blogs

How to configure Django/Tornado in PyCharm Community Edition

I think, Pycharm is THE best IDE for developing python. But unfortunately, the professional edition is not free. But community edition is good enough for doing debugging, integrating GIT etc. Normally its easy to use the community edition for django and tornado's debugging/running if you know how to configure. Django For django's configuration, there is 5 easy steps: First: Go to edit configuration and click on it(like the below pictures). Second: Click on the (+) mark in top-left corner and add python configuration. Third: Click on the Script, and…

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Using IntellijIdea Within An Exisiting Virtualenv

To add a virtual environment to Intellij Idea, You have added virtualenv folder's python to project SDK. Which means that virtualenv directory's python( for example venv/bin/python2.7) needs to be added to Intellij Idea project path. Here is a demonstration: For Older versions: The virtualenv directory's python( for example venv/bin/python2.7) needs to be added to IntelliJ Idea project path. Example: need to go to file>project structure (IntelliJ Idea) press (new) in Project SDK, and add new path to virtualenv's python directory like this:…

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Categories: IDE, Django, Virtual-Environment, IntellijIdea, technical-blogs