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This page aims to help you get used to PyCharm from the very first steps down to advanced topics

If you're new to PyCharm, we strongly recommend you to read first:

Getting Started with PyCharm and Quick Start Guide

The full list of tutorials (uncategorized yet):

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  1. How about a tutorial on using Docker within PyCharm. Not just how to setup remote debugging but how you intend it to be used starting with setting up a container with the Application Servers tool.

    1. Ron, please have a look at https://www.jetbrains.com/pycharm/help/configuring-remote-interpreters-via-docker.html 

      If this page does not solve your problem, please apply to our support service at 

    2. Soon, we'll have the Docker-related article on http://blog.jetbrains.com/pycharm we'll also put it here.


  2. Hi everyone,

    I'm reviewing PyCharm.  Where can I find a complete reference manual?  I noob!

    Thanks on advance,

    Juan Carlos

  3. I am new to both Python and PyCharm and feel overwhelmed by PyCharm which I have understood to be (one of) the best tools to work with. I've been looking for help/books to help me get to grips with PyCharm and have found one by Pedro Kroger "Modern Python Development with PyCharm". The book is based on PyCharm 4.0.4 Professional Edition. If I go with this book, don't I risk a huge gap with the 2016.3 version that I have installed? If yes, can you recommend a book that is more geared towards 2016.3?


    1. Hi Steve

      Could you please have a look at https://www.jetbrains.com/help/pycharm/2016.3/meet-pycharm.html  - this is the documentation for the version 2016.3. Also, very soon there will come documentation for the version 2017.1.

    2. Hi Steve,

      The book explains mostly very core concepts of PyCharm which don't change that often. All shortcuts, and features should work as described in the book. Of course you'll run into some UI differences, but they should be intuitive. We've added a lot of new features since the book was written, so the only downside is that the book doesn't cover them.