I installed NetBeans and the python plugins .
Everything worked fine, but I found the one that did not happen. This plugin alone would already support Django.
I saw on this blog the author saying that I like NetBeans also for Django, but the link it gives is broken (the post is 2009, the version was different, that explains).
The only thing I could find from Django to NetBeans was this project , but it seems to be just a project abandoned, without any support, and has no reference on how to use it.
In fact, does NetBeans support Django? If so, can anyone help me with how to proceed?
I apologize in advance – I will not answer your question. But I’ll put some questions back:
Why do you need an “IDE for Django”? Who uses Python the longest, emg eral does not use an IDE or language – in Python, things are more concise and a special IDE for every little thing you’re going to do is not that much-needed.
If instead of looking for IDE plug-ins, then learning how NEtBeans works, how Netbeans works with Python, and how NetBeans works with Python with Django, you go into Python documentation
( link , link ) and the Django documentation
( link , and has a tutorial in Portuguese at link ) – will be able to learn the part that really matters, and not stay depending on specific tools.
Django, like other more complex frameworks in other languages, depends on a not-so-small set of files for the project to exist. But unlike frameworks in Java for example, the creation of these basic files does not depend on them being created by a specific IDE: the framework itself has commands to create new projects, and initialize the configuration files, view folders and etc …
Or have you ever imagined a writer needing a “Bic pen” to write, otherwise you do not write?
As the link you posted , Netbeans does not officially support Python, that is, support for that language is maintained by the community.
This project is a community driven effort. Oracle does not actively participate in or directly support this effort.
I also did not find anything related to Django to work with Netbeans, otherwise you can use Visual Studio Community along with the Python Tools for Visual Studio >, which supports Django.
In my opinion Visual Studio is much more IDE than Netbeans:)