Ide For Python On Mac

 

Greetings everybody.
I'm creating this post to get some guidance in regards to Python programming on MacOS with VoiceOver.

Python editor for macIde

Pydev for Eclipse, as others have mentioned, is good. Netbeans has a beta Python plugin that is a little rough around the edges, but could turn into something really cool. Additionally there is a long list of programming centric text editors for the mac, that may or may not fit your needs. Textmate - costs money, people love this program, but I haven't used it enough to see what all the fuss. PayCharm is a cross-platform IDE used for Python programming. This editor can be used.

Ide For Python On Mac

Recently I decided to learn this programming language , and since I also recently purchased a MacBook Pro I wanted to make the best use of it and do some coding. Unfortunately I have yet to find an efficient way to do this.

So far I download the Python package from the Python website:

But when I tried to use IDLE (which as far as I understand s the IDE that comes with it by default) and tried to use it as the course I'm taking explains, I notice that the text on IDLE is not been read by VoiceOver .

Python Editor For Mac

Also I downloaded XCode because I founded a tutorial on how to use Python on it. I tried to do it but of course since it made by a sighted person it is kind of hard to follow. I was able to do it to a certain extend but and stuck at this moment.

That is why I'm reaching you guys, to get some feedback and also maybe some suggestion on how to do this because I'm really interested in doing this.

Best regards.

Ide For Python On Mac

Long days and pleasant nights.