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Learning Django Web Development by Ratan Kumar, Sanjeev Jaiswal

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Using IDE for faster development

There are many options on the market when it comes to source code editors. Some people prefer full-fledged IDEs, whereas others like simple text editors. The choice is totally yours; pick up whatever feels more comfortable. If you already use a certain program to work with Python source files, I suggest that you stick to it as it will work just fine with Django. Otherwise, I can make a couple of recommendations, such as these:

  • SublimeText: This editor is lightweight and very powerful. It is available for all major platforms, supports syntax highlighting and code completion, and works well with Python. The editor is open source and you can find it at http://www.sublimetext.com/
  • PyCharm: This, I would say, is most ...

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