Product Line Integration Question

The features page for pycharm says it has "excellent HTML, CSS and JavaScript editing facilities."  Does it have all the features of WebStorm, and if not, what's the difference?

Another way of putting it:  Does one have to buy both products to get the full feature set?

Also, I do mostly python and js/css/html, but also a little PHP.  So, would I need to buy PyCharm, WebStorm and PhpStorm?  Of course I prefer to work from one IDE and not switch back and forth.

Thanks, Greg

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Hello Greg,

Yes, PyCharm has all of WebStorm's HTML and CSS support features.

PhpStorm is a strict superset of WebStorm; there would be no reason to buy

both of them. If you need to work with both Python and PHP, you can either

buy PyCharm and PhpStorm, or buy IntelliJ IDEA Ultimate (which includes a

bundled PHP plugin) and install the free Python plugin from the plugin manager.

The features page for pycharm says it has "excellent HTML, CSS and

http://www.jetbrains.com/editors/javascript_editor.jsp?ide=pycharm

facilities."  Does it have all the features of WebStorm, and if not,

what's the difference?

Another way of putting it:  Does one have to buy both products to get

the full feature set?

Also, I do mostly python and js/css/html, but also a little PHP.  So,

would I need to buy PyCharm, WebStorm and PhpStorm?  Of course I

prefer to work from one IDE and not switch back and forth.

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Thanks --- sounds good.   Just to be sure, both PhpCharm and PyCharm are strict supersets of WebStorm, and contain all the javascript, css, html and other features of WebStorm. Correct?

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Hello Greg,

No, PyCharm is not a strict superset of WebStorm at the moment. WebStorm

includes some plugins (for example, SQL support) which are not included in

PyCharm at the moment. However, all the HTML/CSS/JS features are the same

in both products.

Thanks --- sounds good.   Just to be sure, both PhpCharm and PyCharm

are strict supersets of WebStorm, and contain all the javascript, css,

html and other features of WebStorm. Correct?

--

Dmitry Jemerov

Development Lead

JetBrains, Inc.

http://www.jetbrains.com/

"Develop with Pleasure!"

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Thanks again for the clarification.

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