PyCharm and Django IDE for Ubuntu Linux Systems. How to install PyCharm 2016.3 in Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 15.10, Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 14.10 and Ubuntu 14.04.
PyCharm 2016.3 is the third update in the 2016 series of releases. It brings an outstanding lineup of new features for professional Python, Web and scientific development that work together smoothly to offer you a unique coding experience. It comes with editor improvements: Fira Code bundled, and style changes. For database management, it can now edit many cells at once.
PyCharm 2016.3 Features
- Supports type annotations, f-strings, underscores in numeric literals, asynchronous generators, and asynchronous comprehensions.
- PyCharm now supports creating Django projects with a remote interpreter straight from the new project screen. If you develop in VMs, Docker containers, or on remote machines, your workflow just got easier.
- PyCharm now understands the forms context in class-based views. It shows forms-specific autocompletion and suggestions in the same way it does for function-based views.
- In PyCharm 2016.3 you can now quickly copy-paste code from the built-in console to your project files. Your code will automatically be formatted. Further: If you’re launching the console as a part of your run configuration, you can now use the variable viewer to inspect all your variables.
- When debugging, your own variables are usually most relevant. That’s why we’ve hidden the special variables until you need them. And if you do want to explore them, simply expand them.
- It will automatically activate the virtual environment associated with the project you’re working on. Auto virtualenv is supported for bash, zsh, fish, and Windows cmd.
- Docker-compose support improved: multiple compose files & environment variables.
- Also fixed some issues with multi-line commands, added tab completion for IPython, and many more things.
Run the following commands in Terminal to install PyCharm 2016.3 on Ubuntu Linux Systems:
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:mystic-mirage/pycharm
sudo apt update
sudo apt install pycharm
Once installed, open PyCharm 2016.3 from Ubuntu Dash.