JetBrains release latest updates
News|by Leanne Bevan|23 August 2016
The updates for the JetBrains product range has come with an assortment of improvements to enhance the user experience. Here are the new features in the following products:
PyCharm 2016.2 – The new release provides you with a unique coding experience with the new features for professional Python, Web, and scientific development working together effortlessly.
PyCharm Edu 3 – A free professional tool for you to use when learning programming with Python, with the new release learn Python more easily with a focus on course creation functionality.
CLion 2016.2 – This update introduces remote GDB debug, Doxygen support, and new code generation options to the cross-platform C/C++ IDE.
DataGrip 2016.2 – Among the enhancements to this product of a new UI for importing CSV files and recompile packages in Oracle, the new new release much more support including: dynamic SQL support, search path support for PostgreSQL, and support in the literals for JSON and XML.
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