The Best Python IDEs and Code Editors (According to Our Developers and the Python Community)
PyCharm has a free community edition, but its full, professional version is paid.
2. Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio Code is free to download and open source with freeware binaries.
3. Sublime Text
:Sublime Text is shareware (may be downloaded and evaluated for free, but a license must be purchased for continued use).
Vim is all about configurability
and, as its official website states, “it will not hold your hand.”
Atom is an open-source text editor known for its simple interface and wide customizability
6. Jupyter Notebook
Jupyter Notebook is an open-source web app that supports multiple programming languages
7. Eclipse + PyDev + LiClipse
Developed by the Eclipse Foundation, the Eclipse IDE is one of the most notable ones out there.
8. GNU Emacs
Emacs is described as “the extensible, customizable, self-documenting real-time display editor.”
Spyder is an IDE developed by and for the people in the scientific fields. It is available through Anaconda.