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the greatest disappointment i had was when i realized python doesn't have a full autocomplete intellisense ide like visual studio or eclipse for c#/c++/java.

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    . (hoping someone knows)
  • 4
    Have you tried pyCharm by JetBrains?
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    Visual Studio Code with the right extensions should also do the trick.

    Disclaimedit: "Should" because I haven't tried.
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    @Buggz That's his case, but mine is JS, and WebStorm didn't really help like Visual Studio with C# for example
  • 0
    I've been using vscode really recently and it seems to give good autocomplete. Have you tried that or Is that not what you mean?
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    @gitpush Visual Studio _Code_, not Visual Studio. They're different products, and the one with the longest name is even free.
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    The best autocomplete needs types
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    @Buggz I know I use both, but my point is Visual Studio (the IDE) has deep integration with C# and support for it, even VS Code sometimes feel missing flexibility found in VS IDE

    And I was wondering if there is something similar for Javascript, I tried Jetbrains WebStorm but didn't really help
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    @gitpush I completely misread! I've done all my js development manually without any form of intellisense other than the little bit VS does. So I'm afraid I don't know.
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    @Buggz no worries man, but how do you deal with classes, for example I fetch data from service, data has props x,y,z

    In your main page, how do you remember that the var you are using which props does it have, it always makes me lost without intellisense
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    @gitpush two screens!
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    @Buggz time to ask boss for a second one XD
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    As the name suggests pyCharm works like a charm. 🤗
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    Everyone likes pycharm but I've gotten full functionality in VSCode with a couple extensions, personally I prefer it because color indents and my custom snipper setup
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    Jedi is a solid autocomplete engine for Python, it has plugins for most editors. If you've already sold your soul to JetBrains, you'll have to use Pycharm instead.
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    I second Jedi!
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