Showing posts with label IDE. Show all posts
Showing posts with label IDE. Show all posts

Friday, August 4, 2017

Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming

Today we are going to explore the new IDE's for Machine Learning. In 2017 Machine Learning skill's is on top of the skill people searching for and want to learn. Today we are going to list some of the IDE's and some best features they are providing to use in Machine Learning.

Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


JuPyter/IPython Notebook

  • It is open source.
  • It can support up to 40 languages, and it includes languages popular for data science such as Python, R, Scala, Julia, etc.
  • It allows one to create and share the documents with equations, visualization and most importantly live codes.
  • There are interactive widgets from which code can produce outputs such as videos, images, and LaTeX. Not only this, interactive widgets can be used to visualize and manipulate data in real-time.
  • It has got Big Data integration where one can take advantage of Big Data tools, such as Apache Spark, from Scala, Python, and R. One can explore the same data with libraries such as pandas, scikit-learn, ggplot2, dplyr, etc.
  • The Markdown markup language can provide commentary for the code, that is, one can save logic and thought process inside the notebook and not in the comments section as in Python.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 

PyCharm

  • It includes creative code completion for classes, objects and keywords, auto-indentation and code formatting, and customizable code snippets and formats,
  • It shows on-the-fly error highlighting (displays error as you type). It also contains PEP-8 for Python that helps in writing neat codes that are easy to support for other languages.
  • It has features for serving fast and safe refactoring.
  • It includes a debugger for Python and JavaScript with a graphical UI. One can create and run tests with a GUI-based test runner and coding assistance.
  • It has a quick documentation/definition view where one can see the documentation or object definition in the place without losing the context. Also, the documentation provided by JetBrains is comprehensive, with video tutorials.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Spyder

  • It is open source.
  • Its editor supports code introspection/analysis features, code completion, horizontal and vertical splitting, and goto definition.
  • It comes with Python and IPython consoles workspace, and it supports debugging runtime, i.e., as soon as you type it will display the errors.
  • It has got a documentation viewer where it shows documentation related to classes or functions called either in editor or console.
  • It also supports variable explorer where one can explore and edit the variables that are created during the execution of file from a graphic user interface like Numpy array ones.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Rodeo

  • It makes it easy to explore, compare, and interact with data frames and plots.
  • The Rodeo text editor comes with auto-completion, syntax highlighting, and built-in IPython support so that writing code gets faster.
  • Rodeo comes integrated with Python tutorials. It also includes cheat sheets for quick material reference.
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming
Best IDE for Machine Learning Programming 


Geany

  • Its editor supports syntax highlighting and line numbering.
  • It also comes with features like auto-completion, auto closing of braces, auto closing of HTML, and XML tags.
  • It includes code folding and code navigation.
  • One can build systems to compile and execute the code with the help of external codes.

Monday, January 30, 2017

List of Best Atom Packages

NoAtom Package Name
1Seti UI and Themes
2Open Recent
3TODO-show
4Minimap
5Highlight Selected
6Bonus After-hours Add-ons
7Color Picker
8Emmet
9Beautify
10Remote Edit



1. Seti UI and Themes
Seti UI and Themes - List of Best Atom Packages 

2. Open Recent
Open Recent - List of Best Atom Packages
3. TODO-show
TODO-show - List of Best Atom Packages
4. Minimap
Minimap - List of Best Atom Packages 


5. Highlight Selected
Highlight Selected - List of Best Atom Packages 
6. Bonus After-hours Add-ons
Bonus After-hours Add-ons - List of Best Atom Packages 


7. Color Picker
Color Picker - List of Best Atom Packages 


8. Emmet
Emmet - List of Best Atom Packages 


9. Beautify
Beautify - List of Best Atom Packages 


10. Remote Edit
Remote Edit - List of Best Atom Packages 

Thursday, February 5, 2015

Top 10 PHP Cross-Platform Editors

PHP editors or in other words IDEs (Integrated Development Environment) are necessary when you are developing web or mobile applications. In this article, I’ll talk about PHP editors and share a list of top 10 PHP cross-platform editors.

1. Aptana

Aptana
With Aptana you can build web applications easily and quickly. It utilizes the flexibility of Eclipse and totally works as a powerful web development engine. It’s core capabilities are to debug, preview, edit and build PHP, JavaScript, CSS, HTML and Ruby on Rails web applications.

2. Bluefish

Bluefish
Bluefish is a very powerful code editor aimed towards web developers and programmers, with flexible options to develop websites, programming code and scripts. Bluefish supports many languages like PHP, Ada, C/C++, ASP.net, Perl, Python, SQL, MediaWiki, XML and many more.

3. Eclipse

eclipse
Eclipse is a best multi language editor for writing code. It supports languages like PHP, COBOL, Python, Ruby, Fortran, Ruby on Rails, Erland, Scala and many more.

4. Editra

Editra
Editra is a simple editor for creating code in PHP and over 60 programming languages. It has Bidirection Find/Replace with support of regular expression, auto-indent, block indenting, bracket highlighting, file history, multilingual interface, tabbed windows and many more features.

5. Emacs

Emacs
Emacs is a customizable and extensible code editor. Initial version of Emacs was developed by Richard Stallman in 1976. It also has the ability to print and format documents such as word processor.

6. Geany

Geany
Geany is a code editor with basic functionality, and works as a fast and small integrated development environment (IDE). It supports many languages and file types.

7. jEdit

jEdit
jEdit PHP editor is written in Java, so it can run on all platforms. It has extensible plugin architecture, built-in macro language and over 150 plugins for many different application areas.

8. NetBeans

NetBeans
NetBeans was primarily written for Java, but later you can also write code in HTML5, C++, PHP and many more. The bundle for PHP includes zend framework support, symfony framework support, PHP unit testing, code debugging and code coverage.

9. ActiveState Komodo

Komodo
If you want to work with a PHP editor with good interface, Komodo Edit is the best choice. You’ll find amazing coding experience in many web languages for example JavaScript, CSS, HTML, Perl, Ruby, PHP and Python.

10. SciTE

Scite
SciTE also knows as SCIntilla bases text editor was originally built to demonstrate Scintilla (an open source code editing component) by Neil Hodgson, and first version was released in 1999. SciTE includes features like regular expression replace with subgroups, replace in selection, copy formatted, API files, code folding, find in files and different width fonts.