Offline Python Editor based on Skulpt, entirely client side with display result & code validation
Edit & run directly in this Chrome application your python project with this useful editor and code validator ========= Release 0.13.0 - __bulitins__.classmethod.classmethod improved and some bugs fixed Release 0.12.1 - Work on Python3, complex type is added, many many minor bug fixes.... Release 0.11.2 - Fixed loading of numpy library Release 0.11.1 - Fixed bug about matplotlib Release 0.11.0 - Now editor supporting partially pygal library Release 0.10.5 - Updated python standard library and added button to go full screen graphic result Release 0.10.2 - Added tooltips for buttons of toolbar Release 0.10.2 - Added option full-screen for code editor Release 0.10.1 - Removed some permissions from file manifest not required ========= Main Features: * Python syntax highlighting * Edit, run and validate Python code * Save code in your storage as Python application * Print result with useful preview * Drag & Drop to open python and txt file. You can use button toolbar too * Undo & Redo buttons * Ctrl-Space to autocomplete the code * Search/Replace string and jump to line (Using advanced functions with keyboard shortcuts) * Save Python code as pdf format * Keyboard shortcuts to save project as Python application (CTRL-SHIFT-S for Windows - CMD-SHIFT-S for Mac) * Keyboard shortcuts to save code as txt format (CTRL-S for Windows - CMD-S for Mac) * Numpy, matplotlib libraries partially supported Details about keyboard shortcuts: * Ctrl-F / Cmd-F (Mac): Search * Ctrl-G / Cmd-G (Mac): Search next * Shift-Ctrl-G / Shift-Cmd-G (Mac): Search previous * Shift-Ctrl-F / Cmd-Option-F (Mac): Search and Replace * Shift-Ctrl-R / Shift-Cmd-Option-F (Mac): Replace All * ALT-G: Jump to line * Ctrl-Z and Ctrl-Y / Cmd-Z and Cmd-Y (Mac): Undo & Redo Here is the list of libraries you can use: - arduino; - document; - image; - led matrix; - math; - matplotlib (partially supported); - numpy (partially supported); - operator; - plot; - processing; - random; - re; - string; - time; - turtle; - urlib; - webgl; - pygal (partially supported)
- (2017-04-07) Has a lot of potential. The UI could use some work (no tooltips for buttons and they are not all obvious). Also, it would be great if it included more libraries (like `random`), but it is a great start and I hope the developer continues to improve it.
- (2020-04-11, v:0.12.1) West Laurel Rec Council: Does "Your Python editor beta" require Developer mode?
I am using a school managed Chromebook that doesn't allow Developer mode. I would like to compose & syntax check Python programs then transfer them to a LEGO EV3 robot for execution. Also, can I add my own libraries?
- (2019-10-16, v:0.11.2) Denis Sultu: Input error
Whenever i try to use a user input command i get an error, i see other people have the same problem. Is this feature not supported?
- (2019-04-04, v:0.11.2) imweirdkk: Input
When ever I try do make an in put it says : ExternalError: TypeError: Cannot read property 'v' of undefined on line. How should we fix this?
- (2019-03-01, v:0.11.2) Hardip Singh: Can't get basic input from user.
I am starting to learn Python and I cannot get input. When I ask for input it displays the following error. ExternalError: TypeError: Cannot read property 'v' of undefined on line 1 Code: x = input(" "); print(x);
- (2018-11-30, v:0.11.2) Nigel Warman: Installation
The programme has not installed despite showing as added
- (2018-11-23, v:0.10.3) Jenifer Rubin: How to install a library
I just purchased your ide and I would like to know how to install libraries if im saying it right, the commands that show a drop down list to what I'm going to program.
- (2017-02-03, v:0.10.0) Isabella Ketley: Questions
The questions dont get asked in orderand the question also isnt showed in the notification. The question could show where the print statements are and can be asked in order.
- (2017-02-03, v:0.10.0) Isabella Ketley: programming
Are you able to do images on this app such as import turtle.