1. The PyCharm Community Edition is free and open source with very few restrictions and there is no free trial. There is a free trial with the professional version of PyCharm, but this is not a trial piece of software, this is a program that was built to help people fall in love with (and rely on) PyCharm tools.
  2. PyCharm CE is an intelligent Python IDE with unique code assistance and analysis, for productive Python development on all levels. PyCharm CE is an intelligent Python IDE with.Python development on all levels.PyCharm.

For most Unix systems, you must download and compile the source code. The same source code archive can also be used to build the Windows and Mac versions, and is the starting point for ports to all other platforms. Download the latest Python 3 and Python 2 source. PyCharm Community Edition 2021.1 Build 211.6693.115. Add to watchlist send us an update. 34 screenshots: runs on: Windows 10 64 bit. Windows 8 64 bit. File size: 364 MB.

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Be More Productive

Save time while PyCharm takes care of the routine. Focus on the bigger things and embrace the keyboard-centric approach to get the most of PyCharm's many productivity features.

Get Smart Assistance

PyCharm knows everything about your code. Rely on it for intelligent code completion, on-the-fly error checking and quick-fixes, easy project navigation, and much more.

Boost Code Quality

Write neat and maintainable code while the IDE helps you keep control of the quality with PEP8 checks, testing assistance, smart refactorings, and a host of inspections.

Simply All You Need

PyCharm is designed by programmers, for programmers, to provide all the tools you need for productive Python development.

Intelligent Python Assistance

PyCharm provides smart code completion, code inspections, on-the-fly error highlighting and quick-fixes, along with automated code refactorings and rich navigation capabilities.

Web Development Frameworks

PyCharm offers great framework-specific support for modern web development frameworks such as Django, Flask, Google App Engine, Pyramid, and web2py.

Scientific Tools

PyCharm integrates with IPython Notebook, has an interactive Python console, and supports Anaconda as well as multiple scientific packages including matplotlib and NumPy.

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Cross-technology Development

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In addition to Python, PyCharm supports JavaScript, CoffeeScript, TypeScript, Cython, SQL, HTML/CSS, template languages, AngularJS, Node.js, and more.

Remote Development Capabilities

Run, debug, test, and deploy applications on remote hosts or virtual machines, with remote interpreters, an integrated ssh terminal, and Docker and Vagrant integration.

Built-in Developer Tools

A huge collection of tools out of the box: an integrated debugger and test runner; Python profiler; a built-in terminal; and integration with major VCS and built-in Database Tools.

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PyCharm Educational Edition

Have you ever wanted to learn programming with Python? Or maybe you're using Python to teach programming?
Then we have the perfect tool for you.

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I'm in the unique position of asking over 100 industry experts the following question on my Talk Python To Me podcast. 'When you write some Python code, what editor do you open up?' While the answers vary, it is frequently PyCharm. The reasons the guests give are usually the same reasons I've been a PyCharm advocate for years.

  • PyCharm deeply understands your project, not just individual files

  • Refactoring is a breeze across an entire project

  • The built-in SQL tooling is amazing

  • Autocomplete works better than any other editor, by far

That's just a few reasons I open PyCharm daily to build my web properties and manage the software that runs my business.

Cory Althoff

Author of The Self-Taught Programmer: The Definitive Guide to Programming Professionally

PyCharm is the best IDE I've ever used. With PyCharm, you can access the command line, connect to a database, create a virtual environment, and manage your version control system all in one place, saving time by avoiding constantly switching between windows. I couldn't imagine going back to programming without PyCharm's local history feature and debugger. Add the rest of its convenient shortcuts and features, and you have the perfect IDE.

Collaborative development

Code With Me connects remote teams in a feature-rich collaborative coding environment.
Your peers do not need to have an IDE of their own installed to collaborate with you. Code With Me includes embedded audio and video calls.

Auto import on module member completion

PyCharm now automatically adds an import statement when you refer to a module or package name in your code and invoke code completion for available module members. Auto-import also works for popular package name aliases, such as np for NumPy or pd for pandas.

Work directly with WSL projects

You can now work directly with projects located in the WSL filesystem. With PyCharm you can now open any directory in wsl$. For version control, you can use the version of Git installed on your WSL instance.

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Pick the correct edition for your needs

In this course, we are going to use the Community Edition of PyCharm. This is a fully-fledged IDE for Python Development. What’s even better is that it's free! There is an alternative version of PyCharm available (Professional Edition), which also supports Scientific and Web development, but it is a paid-for product so we are not going to use it during this course.

To download the PyCharm Community Edition, visit JetBrains. On this page there will be options for installing the Community Edition of PyCharm on either Windows, Mac, or Linux. You should download the correct version depending on which operating system you are using.

Install PyCharm

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The way you install PyCharm varies across different operating systems (Windows, MacOS, or Linux), but shouldn’t be too complicated! Because I’m using a Mac, the following installation instructions are Mac specific.

Once you have downloaded a PyCharm .dmg file, opening the file should prompt you to move PyCharm Community Edition into your Applications folder as follows:

Once you have done this you are basically all set!

Run PyCharm

Similar to installing PyCharm Community Edition, running the program is slightly different depending on which operating system you are using. Again, because I’m using a Mac, my instructions are Mac-specific. However, running PyCharm Community Edition on another operating system should be analogous to running any other program on your operating system. On Windows, for example, it should be available to you via the Start menu, or you could create a shortcut to PyCharm on your desktop.

On a Mac, you can open PyCharm Community Edition via your Applications folder. Click on ‘Finder’ then ‘Applications’ and you should see PyCharm CE installed:

Note that I have both PyCharm Professional and PyCharm CE (Community Edition) installed. This is why I have two listings for PyCharm in my applications folder: ‘PyCharm’ and ‘PyCharm CE’. After you have installed PyCharm CE you should only have this application installed!

Let’s Recap!

  • PyCharm Community Edition is a free version of the PyCharm IDE, which comes highly recommended!

  • PyCharm is a JetBrains product, so you can download it from their website.

  • You can run PyCharm from the command line or via a more traditional way of starting a program.

Now that you have successfully downloaded, installed and run PyCharm, let’s get started with learning how to use it!