Top 10 PyCharm Cheat Sheets

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Hey Finxters! We all need cheat sheets for Python and all its intricacies. Python has many libraries and there are so many IDE applications you can useΒ  with it! One of these IDEs is called Pycharm! I want to introduce you to some of Pycharms shortcuts! Let’s get started right away!

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Cheat Sheet 1:Β  JetBrains

This cheat sheet is one you will want to save in your bookmarks! It will show you all the shortcuts you need to get Pycharm working for you! JetBrains is the place to go if you want to learn PyCharm and Python!

Pros: Rated β€˜E’ for everyone. Honestly! This is a great place to start!

Cons: Can’t be printed, but honestly worth bookmarking.

Cheat Sheet 2: Cheatography

This is a cheat sheet that you can print and pin to the wall for Pycharm! This cheat sheet follows the 80/20 rule we love at Finxter! You’ll be able to learn Pycharms shortcuts quickly with this cheat sheet up on the wall.

Pros: Follows the 80/20 rule!

Cons:  None that I can see.

Cheat Sheet 3: TutorialsPoint

This cheat sheet will guide you through Pycharm. From installation to Django. You will learn everything that you need to learn including shortcuts, writing HTML and CSS integration and Javascript support. Read all of it in one go or read the section that you need when you need it. You can either bookmark the pdf page or print it to save in your developers binder to keep on hand when you’re working.

Pros: Perfect for introducing and going in depth with Pycharm

Cons: None that I can see.

Cheat Sheet 4: ShortcutFoo

ShortcutFoo has a list of shortcuts made for Pycharm on debugging and editing, navigation and refactoring. You should bookmark this page and keep it handy online when you work in Pycharm.

Pros: ShortcutFoo will show how to work with these shortcuts and train you in them.

Cons: None that I can see.

Cheat Sheet 5: RealPython

This is more an online guide than a cheat sheet that you can learn Pycharm from.  You can build, debug, edit, and test. This guide even dives deeper into the database support and scientific mode.

Pros: Deep dives into Pycharm includes a professional module

Cons: Not an actual cheat sheet to download.

Cheat Sheet 6: ShortCut World

Another quick sheet for you to learn shortcuts from when you’re using Pycharm! This is presented by JetBrains! I would suggest bookmarking for your developers binder when you are working in Pycharm.

Pros: Quick guide into shortcuts

Cons: Does not download as a pdf

Cheat Sheet 7: pngkey

Here is another cheat sheet that you will be able to print after downloading it. It will give you all the shorthand you can use on your keyboard for Pycharm.

Pros: Great for pinning to the wall or in the Developers journal

Cons: None that I can see.

Cheat Sheet 8: AugmentedMinds

This cheat sheet is presented by Augmented Minds and is combined with an article that will help boost productivity in developing software in Pycharm

Pros: This cheat sheet is presented with an article.

Cons: None that I can see.

Cheat Sheet 9: AWS

This is another tutorial presented by Amazon through its AWS. It will go over the development endpoint in Pycharm.

Pros: Shows you how to Pycharm Professionally

Cons: Is not a cheat sheet that can be printed.

Cheat Sheet 10: Edureka

This is the final tutorial instead of a cheat sheet for you to learn Pycharm and all of the shortcuts there at the bottom of the tutorial. This tutorial will help you download Pycharm and teach you important tools and features.

Pros: It will go over Python and Pycharm.

Cons: None that I can see.

Python and Pycharm are very powerful when used together. These cheat sheet and tutorials, I hope will help you in learning Pycharm, its shortcuts, and master it! With that being said I want to leave you with a pdf book from this github repository link posted below. It will help you master pycharm! Keep Pythoning and Keep on developing!!

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