Python is the most popular programming language in recent years, such is the success that in recent months the tools to create programs with this programming language have been enhanced. Thus, many code editors have enhanced their compatibility with Python, but we have to say that the flagship Python IDE is no longer using these code editors.
PyCharm is this famous IDE that also has a version for Gnu / Linux distributions, which makes it even easier to use and create programs with this programming language.PyCharm is an IDE, that is, it is not only a code editor but also has a debugger, an interpreter and other tools that will help us create and export the programs we create. PyCharm has an interpreter in the code editor that will help us to know or know the possible errors in the code in real time, something that has made Python and PyCharm chosen by many users who are beginning to program.
PyCharm is not only found on the official IDE website but it already has one package in snap format and another in flatpak format for installation on any Gnu / Linux distribution.
PyCharm is an IDE that belongs to the JetBrains company, owner of IntelliJ IDEA. And in the case of PyCharm, there are two versions, a premium version for which you have to pay and another freemium or community version which is free but does not have the same support as the premium version. If we want to install PyCharm in our distribution we can do it by opening a terminal and typing the following:
sudo snap install pycharm-community --classic
Or if we prefer to use the Flatpak format, then we have to execute the following code:
flatpak install flathub com.jetbrains.PyCharm-Community flatpak run com.jetbrains.PyCharm-Community