Polyglot Python with PyCharm
Polyglot Python with PyCharm¶
This series is a work-in-progress.
If so, this series of articles is aimed at you. These frontend ideas are important, but you need a Python guide through the thicket. You also need a tool that can support your Python and frontend development. PyCharm, with the foundation it shares with WebStorm, is uniquely suited for this.
In this series we will introduce ideas and packages in isolation, with hands-on code, screenshots, and more. Each article’s code is in GitHub. You can comment on the articles using Disqus and file bug reportes in the issue tracker.
The frontend world has a dizzying array of choices for each unit of functionality. Let’s go through each piece, showing the minimum and explaining why you should care.
- NodeJS for Python and PyCharm Developers
- Linting with ESLint
- Automation with
- Modules with CommonJS
- Browser Bundling with Webpack
- Browser Debugging from PyCharm
- TDD with Mocha
- ES6 Imports with Babel
- DOM TDD with JSDOM
ToDo MVC Tutorial¶
Based on the topics covered above in isolation, we put it all together and write a ToDo application, with a Flask backend and a modern frontend. Each article builds on the previous article.