In this Python Programming Tutorial, we will be learning how to set up a Python development environment in VSCode on Windows. VSCode is a very nice free edit...
In this Python Programming Tutorial, we will be learning how to set up a Python development environment in VSCode on Windows. VSCode is a very nice free editor for writing Python applications and many developers are now switching over to this editor. In this video, we will learn how to install VSCode, get the Python extension installed, how to change Python interpreters, create virtual environments, format/lint our code, how to use Git within VSCode, how to debug our programs, how unit testing works, and more. We have a lot to cover, so let's go ahead and get started...
Timestamps for topics in this tutorial: Installation - 1:13 Python Extension - 5:48 Switching Interpreters - 10:04 Changing Color Themes - 12:35 VSCode Settings - 16:16 Set Default Python - 21:33 Using Virtual Environments - 25:10 IntelliSense - 29:45 Code Formatting - 32:13 Code Linting - 37:06 Code Runner Extension - 39:42 Git Integration - 47:44 Use Different Terminal - 51:07 Debugging - 58:45 Unit Testing - 1:03:25 Zen Mode - 1:09:55
VSCode on MacOS - https://youtu.be/06I63_p-2A4
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