Both platforms enable you to:
- Have integrated terminal and console windows;
- Git integration;
- Ability to code in other languages, such as Python (great for web-scraping and data analysis of your saved search csv files!); and
- Connection to your SuiteScript File Cabinet (although the plugin for VSCode is a little more cumbersome to set up), and once setup you can then upload directly to your project’s folder in NetSuite.
- Both are free PyCharm Community Edition, although I have an Ultimate licence that provides access to all of JetBrains products).
PyCharm and the more commonly known other JetBrains IDE WebStorm have been around for quite some time, and I have been more familiar with their product because of this.
As a result I use more frequently the PyCharm IDE as my go to editor and occasionally when I’m coding in the Advanced Template syntax (FreeMarker) I will use the [IntelliJ](https://www.jetbrains.com/idea/ editor).
I have requested for this to be a plugin so that I don’t need to pay for all different versions of JetBrains, so if you similarly inclined you may want to up-vote this request too
I’ll detail more in subsequent posts about how I use the PyCharm IDE from JetBrains in my day to day workflow.