Spyder is an open source IDE (integrated development environment) for python programming language. It offers easy to use editor, debugging tool with unique data exploration features which makes Spyder a great tool for data analytics use and it is included in the Anaconda toolkit by default.
Beyond its built in features, additional features can be added to Spyder using its plugin tool. It can also be separately used as a PyQt5 extension library meaning developers can use Spyder features in their own PyQt application.
The most important components of Spyder are as follows:
- IPython Console
- Variable Explorer
Submitted Pull Requests and Issues
- Updating the Wiki page can be seen here (merged)
- Adding Persian (Farsi) as new language through Crowdin platform for crowd-sourcing translation (merge after 98% completion)
- Correct some mistakes in the code comments here (merged)
The project is analyzed by the following team during the Software Architecture course in 2019/2020.
Some spiders change colors to blend into their environment. It’s a defense mechanism. But the “spider” we are going to talk about changes environment to blend in the user. Spyder is an open-source IDE (integrated development environment) for Python programming language. It offers easy to use editor, debugging tool with unique data exploration features which makes Spyder a great tool for data analytics use and it is included in the Anaconda toolkit by default. Spyder is short for Scientific Python Development Environment.
Hi folks! we are back again with some more insights on your friendly neighborhood Spyder. In our first blog, we talked about the product vision of Spyder which focused on the core elements of the system along with the end-user mental model and analysis of the stakeholders. This essay explores how these elements are realized through its architecture and relationships, and the principles of its design and evolution.