- [Instructor] We've got our IDE configured…so let's create a new project.…There's several ways to do this.…You can point PyCharm at a directory…that already had Python code in it.…When you do this, PyCharm will create…its project files in that folder…and you'll be able to work with the existing…files as if they had been created in PyCharm.…You can also check a project out of a source…repository like Git, GitHub, Perforce or Subversion.…PyCharm has an amazing set of tools…for this and we'll cover that later in detail.…Last, and most predictably, you can create…a new project by selecting create new project.…
When I do this, you'll see the list of projects…that we can create and there's probably…a few here that you were not expecting.…This is one the differences between the community edition…of PyCharm and the professional edition.…The community edition only shows Pure Python projects.…The rest of these are pretty much…only in the professional edition.…As you can see, they're pretty much all web projects.…Django, Flask, Pyramid and Web2Py…
AuthorBruce Van Horn
- Installing the PyCharm, Git, and Pypy packages
- Adding functions
- Refactoring code
- Calling packages
- Debugging code
- Creating databases
- Working with in-line SQL
- Creating web projects with PyCharm
Skill Level Beginner
Learning Python and Django (2015)with Caleb Smith1h 11m Intermediate
1. First Steps with PyCharm
2. Code Quality
3. Working with Databases
4. Web Projects
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