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Using Wing IDE Professional v2 [ID:052] (1/1)

in series: Using Wing IDE Professional v2

video tutorial by Ian Ozsvald, added 03/07

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Take a tour through Wingware's Wing IDE Professional. See how to use Code Completion when writing code, use the Source Browser and Bookmarking for navigation and the Debug button to execute code.

You might also want to see ShowMeDos for PyDev, SPE and IPython.

Uploaded on 23rd July 2006, running time 5:19, file size 10mb.

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23. Vijay Amirtharaj Fri, 18 Jun 2010 23:10

Hi This Wing IDE demo is fantastic.

I will try this out.

Thanks.

Vijayamirtharaj

India, Chennai


22. Jörgen Karlsson Sun, 11 Apr 2010 11:30

Short and efficient walkthrough of the basics.

Good!


21. Massimiliano Thu, 04 Mar 2010 14:54

*Relly* useful, thanks good job ,)


20. Roger Matthews Sat, 20 Feb 2010 11:16

Nice video, helped me decide on Wing :)


19. Reginald Cooper Fri, 12 Feb 2010 07:49

Another good intro video tutorial showing basic functions of the Wing IDE which I'm considering purchasing.

Thanks!


18. Geissbühler Sat, 23 Jan 2010 11:12

Useful. It seems more simplier than Eclipse. Where can I learn techniques of debugging?


17. Stefan Kluska Sat, 16 Jan 2010 13:12

Thank You for telling


This was very informative


15. Alexandre Tue, 12 Jan 2010 11:57

Very short, quick and good introduction. Go straight to the main points. Thanks.


14. David Patterson Sun, 10 Jan 2010 15:51

This is excellent man! Great work, Thanks so much! I'm new to Python and new to programming. This IDE out shines the rest.

If you any helpful hints to the beginner I'd appreciate any input.

Have a good New Year!


13. anonymous Thu, 10 Dec 2009 22:15

great demo of wing IDE.


12. anonymous Sat, 19 Sep 2009 03:55

Great and well explained in short time!

Well done!

Nia


11. anonymous Wed, 12 Aug 2009 07:32

Its great.I was unaware of you website. I just bookmarked it ; I intend to return and learn more.


10. anonymous Tue, 07 Jul 2009 03:03

Excellent video, very clear and instructive. I've been using Wing for a few weeks now, and this video showed me some aspects that I hadn't come across, so very useful. Thanks !!


9. anonymous Fri, 17 Apr 2009 13:09

Excellent demo. I am a closer to purchasing a license for this software however I am not convinced yet. This presentation should be a few minutes longer. Show us how to import modules and how Wing IDE saves python based projects.


8. anonymous Thu, 16 Apr 2009 17:51

Watched the Wing IDE Pro video, and was pleased with the potential for mastering Python at last. I'm a long time programmer, and systems engineer who has been very frustrated while trying to learn Python. All of the literature, and development software seems to be created by a clique of individuals who are reluctant to reveal any of their secrets -- or so has been my experience. There is an attitude that the "Hello World" program is a perfunctory waste of time, which has thus far incapacitated my learning efforts. Active State/Komodo has received my money on two occasions without my being to set it up for use. Now they want me to upgrade again. I understand the Python language, and both object and procedural oriented software design, but haven't had the experience with Python's implementation to properly install it, along with the Python modules, and achieve intercommunication between them. Perhaps I will learn what I need from your practical videos. The timing of this evaluation is awkward however, occurring before any experience with the other videos has occurred. This video was very well done. Thanks!


7. anonymous Sun, 22 Feb 2009 00:10

u do a gr8 job!

Thanks....


I use Wingware 101 and I will add Pydev+Eclipse for a while. Why I do this is That I2m waiting for Netbeans to full support Python. Alley and the team are busy coding for the support. Now IDE Supports a little of Py in Ver 6.1 and 6.5 Beta but I think in End of this year or so They will have achieved great!

NB is great IDE for Java, PHP, Ruby, Ruby on Rails C/C++, ..... and Now it will support Python. I would like to encourage Experienced programmers to join them in bringing the support earlier. Since IDE Support is coming, IMO ShowMeDo need to get ready for videos for this great IDE!

Wingware is great tool but If Netbeans be like it then for free, that will be greater!

Just my 2 cents


Jshack - good point! Stephan (of Wing) announced this recently. It is aimed at beginner coders, the IDE is free and it is a cut-down version of the Professional IDE.

You can see it as the third item in Wing's product list:

http://wingware.com/products

There is a screenshot here:

http://wingware.com/wingide-101/screenshots

and a feature list:

http://wingware.com/wingide-101

Ian.


Wing is offering a free beginner version of their ide. Wing-101 is a beta version and is available for download on all platforms. It is meant to help beginning python coders understand their code and the ide.


Note that Wing IDE also provides a tutorial in the Help menu, although that is aimed more at teaching the IDE's features than teaching about Python.


Hi Jovan. For introductory code you should see the introductions at the <a href="http://www.python.org/doc/">Python Documentation</a> pages. They should set you on the right path!


hello.. thanks for the free download.. would you please send me some simple application on the phyton language.. thanks a lot hoping for your reply...


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