Introducing Wing 3 [ID:127]

a series of video-tutorials by Ian Ozsvald and Stephan Deibel

This two-part series will show you Wingware's new Wing 3 IDE. Topics: starting a new Python program, navigation, debugging, writing new code whilst debugging. Features shown include the Debug Probe, Source Assistant and the Source Browser.

Video Tutorials

1. Wing IDE 3: Writing code and Navigating

Wingware's latest IDE is Wing Pro v3 (download). Here I show you how to start coding and navigating to help you answer the question 'How can Wing help me with my Python development?'. Topics covered: Display customisation - visual theme, keyboard personality, toolbar Auto-complete with tab Source Assistant for help text and argument guides Source Browser listing active functions and variables ' [...]

2. Wing IDE 3: Debugging and the Debug Probe

Wing IDE 3 Pro has some very powerful development and debugging tools. Here I give you a guide to developing, testing and debugging your first application. Wingware also provide several methods for technical support including an active user mail-list. Topics covered: The Exception tool Conditional Breakpoints Debug I/O window Debug Probe Looking at variables inside a live process (Debug Probe , [...]

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Learning Paths

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