Python VSCode

Open-source Python projects categorized as VSCode

Top 23 Python VSCode Projects

  • ploomber

    The fastest ⚡️ way to build data pipelines. Develop iteratively, deploy anywhere. ☁️

  • Project mention: Show HN: JupySQL – a SQL client for Jupyter (ipython-SQL successor) | | 2023-12-06

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    Note that JupySQL is a fork of ipython-sql; which is no longer actively developed. Catherine, ipython-sql's creator, was kind enough to pass the project to us (check out ipython-sql's README).

    We'd love to learn what you think and what features we can ship for JupySQL to be the best SQL client! Please let us know in the comments!

  • colab-ssh

    Connect to Google Colab using SSH

  • InfluxDB

    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • vscode_ros2_workspace

    A template for using VSCode as an IDE for ROS2 development.

  • code-llama-for-vscode

    Use Code Llama with Visual Studio Code and the Continue extension. A local LLM alternative to GitHub Copilot.

  • Project mention: Stable Code 3B: Coding on the Edge | | 2024-01-16

    How are people using codellama and this in their workflows?

    I found one option:

    But I'm guessing there are others, and they might differ in how they provide context to the model.

  • mypy_boto3_builder

    Type annotations builder for boto3 compatible with VSCode, PyCharm, Emacs, Sublime Text, pyright and mypy.

  • genv

    GPU environment and cluster management with LLM support

  • VSCode-LaTeX-Inkscape

    ✍️ A way to integrate LaTeX, VS Code, and Inkscape in macOS

  • Project mention: Is LaTeX Required/Recommended in Computer Science Courses? | /r/LaTeX | 2023-07-01

    I would also recommend only really using the nVim setup from your links if you really like Vim. IMO VSCode is much easier and feature-rich for LaTeX, not to mention the deep language support for everything else. Here is a setup in VSCode that contains some other tools that you may not need, but it works very well for the needs of myself and some of my collaborators.

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  • ironpython-stubs

    Autocomplete stubs for common IronPython/.NET libraries

  • micropython-stubber

    Generate and maintain stubs for different MicroPython ports to use with VSCode and Pylance, PyRight, Thonny, PyCharm or pylint

  • vscode-adwaita

    VS Code theme for the GNOME desktop

  • debugpy-run

    Finds and runs debugpy for VS Code "remote attach" command line debugging.

  • ghidra-python-vscode-devcontainer-skeleton

    Ghidra Headless Python VScode Skeleton with Devcontainer Super Powers

  • azure-debug-relay

    Distributed cross-network remote debugging for Python

  • dotfiles

    Configs for apps I care about (by bbkane)

  • Project mention: What's New in Neovim 0.10 | | 2024-05-16

    Wow, I love that so much stuff is coming to core!

    Every once in a while for the last few years I overhaul my Neovim config and try to add all the new goodies (commenting, LSP, etc., that are table stakes for most IDEs) as plugins using the latest and greatest plugin manager.

    That works for a while, but like clockwork, something breaks- a plugin updates incompatibly, Neovim updates incompatibly, an external binary the plugin relies on updates incompatibly...

    At this point I'm stuck with a broken IDE and I don't have the energy to debug all the moving parts. I suffer for a month or something and then restart the cycle.

    For my latest config, I decided to treat Neovim and "just a text editor" and made a much smaller config ( ). It's been really nice having something that "just works" for text edits and using VSCode for heavier IDE tasks.

    I WANT to use Neovim for more complex tasks, but I also want a simple config that "just works".

    I'm really excited that the core devs seem to agree and are adding tablestakes features to core- the new default colorscheme, Treesitter WASM, and better commenting will all make my config even simpler!

    At some point I might even try LSP integration again!

  • vscode-cloudformation-snippets

    This extension adds snippets for all the AWS CloudFormation resources into Visual Studio Code.

  • pmbuild

    A simple, configurable and extendible build system for gamedev.

  • project-initiator

    Discontinued Start your project with Single Command

  • VS-Code-workspaceStorage-Cleaner

    Delete VS Code workspaceStorage cache folders that are older than 60 days

  • example-django-devcontainers

    Example Django project with devcontainers

  • NaughtyLust

    Useful Nautilus Scripts made with :heart:

  • vscode-theme-afterglow-remastered

    Afterglow remastered theme for Visual Studio Code

  • nord-deep-mpl-stylesheet

    Nord Deep stylesheets for Matplotlib

  • Project mention: Nord Deep Matplotlib theme | /r/nordtheme | 2023-07-21
  • cookiecutter-poetry-config-management

    Cookiecutter python template to get you started without wasting any time setting up virtual environments, vscode python paths, writing settings management code, setting up git pre-commit hooks and much more.

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NOTE: The open source projects on this list are ordered by number of github stars. The number of mentions indicates repo mentiontions in the last 12 Months or since we started tracking (Dec 2020).

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