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My experience is -- PyCharm is great if you mainly do local development. It has better code analysis support, better git integration, better refactoring tools, and better autocomplete; also, it is easier to see documentation, function API's, analyze various types of tests, and so on. However, if you need some type of remote work (working on a remote server, ...


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I found the very thing I was looking for, so for others who can't find this: Click here for the VSCode plugin page-link. Note: It's an extension of Visual Studio Code, so you need Visual Studio Code for your OS in order to use the .VSIX you can get from the site.


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