Full-stack Web Development

PyCharm Professional's backend support for major Python web frameworks, plus the bundled frontend support from WebStorm and SQL support from DataGrip, provide the best full-stack IDE for Python.


Your web application server runs in Python and PyCharm Professional has you covered with support for popular Python web frameworks.

Links to subsections below: Django, Flask, Pyramid, Remote, More


Modern web applications have grown complex with sophisticated JavaScript frameworks and tools. PyCharm Professional bundles WebStorm, giving best-in-class client-side development.

Links to subsections below: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, TypeScript, Angular, React, Vue.js


PyCharm Professional makes development with your SQL backend productive by bundling DataGrip, our IDE for databases.

Links to subsections below: Databases, Querying, Navigation, Table Editor, Code Completion, Import/Export


Modern Python web development is a breeze with PyCharm Professional, which adds direct support for popular web frameworks. This support brings features that make a huge impact on project productivity.

PyCharm, of course, lends its general IDE features to backend development as well: intelligent code editor, smart code navigation, refactorings, debugging, IDE customization, visual versioning, and more.

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Full-stack Python is a big topic and PyCharm has much more to offer:

  • A rich, file-based HTTP client for automated testing.
  • Support for the web2py Python framework: dedicated run/debug configuration type, support for template language, navigation between views and templates, and a web2py project template.
  • Support for Google App Engine (GAE): configure GAE settings from a panel, upload applications from a tools menu, view log files, dedicated console for running appcfg.py commands, and a GAE project template.
  • Language injection to embed SQL support into Python strings, with autocomplete not only on SQL commands but also on the schema of your defined datasource.


PyCharm Professional bundles WebStorm, which brings smart coding assistance for JavaScript and TypeScript, built-in debugger for client-side code (that works with Chrome) and Node.js, HTML and CSS. Enjoy code completion, powerful navigation features, on-the-fly error detection, and refactorings for all of these languages, with cutting-edge support for modern frameworks and test runners.

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SQL databases are a popular backend for full-stack Python web applications and PyCharm makes database development productive by bundling DataGrip, our IDE for SQL. Productive querying, schema browsing, table editing, refactoring, import/export, and more.

Our general IDE features also apply to database development: intelligent code editor, smart code navigation in SQL, table refactorings, IDE customization, visual versioning of your schema scripts, and more.

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PyCharm introspects all objects in your databases and displays them grouped in folders by schemas. It also provides a UI for adding and editing tables, columns, indexes, constraints etc.


Run queries in a dedicated console with browseable output, local history, and a useful diff viewer to compare different results.

Quick navigation brings you to any object, no matter if it has just been created in your code or has already been read from a database. Navigate to symbol lets you find objects by their name.

Table Editor

Powerful table editor lets you add, remove, edit, and clone data rows. Navigate through the data by foreign keys and use the text search to find anything in the data displayed in the table editor.

Code Completion

PyCharm provides context-sensitive, schema-aware code completion, helping you write code faster. Completion is aware of the table structure, foreign keys, and even database objects created in code you're editing.


Move data into and out of your database in rich ways, using familiar formats such as CSV/JSON/XML, other datasources such as SQLite, exports of recent queries, or even programming-driven Data Extractor facilities.