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Wing Tutorial

This tutorial introduces Wing Pro by taking you through its feature set with a small coding example. For a faster introduction, see the Quick Start Guide.

This copy of the tutorial is for Wing Pro. We strongly recommend using the Tutorial in Wing's Help menu because it contains links into the IDE's functionality and it omits features not available in Wing Personal and Wing 101.

If you are new to programming, you may want to check out the book Python Programming Fundamentals and accompanying screen casts, which use Wing 101 to teach programming with Python.

Our How-Tos show how to use Wing with 3rd party GUI toolkits, web development frameworks, Python-based modeling, rendering & compositing systems, and other Python frameworks and toolkits.

Section Contents

1.0. Tutorial: Getting Started
1.1. Tutorial: Getting Around Wing
1.2. Tutorial: Check your Python Integration
1.3. Tutorial: Set Up a Project
1.4. Tutorial: Setting Python Path
1.5. Tutorial: Introduction to the Editor
1.6. Tutorial: Navigating Code
1.7. Tutorial: Debugging
   1.7.0. Tutorial: Debug I/O
   1.7.1. Tutorial: Debug Process Exception Reporting
   1.7.2. Tutorial: Interactive Debugging
   1.7.3. Tutorial: Execution Environment
   1.7.4. Tutorial: Debugging from the Python Shell
   1.7.5. Tutorial: Debugging Code Not Launched by the IDE
   1.7.6. Tutorial: Other Debugger Features
1.8. Tutorial: Auto-Editing
1.9. Tutorial: Turbo Completion Mode
1.10. Tutorial: Refactoring
1.11. Tutorial: Indentation Features
1.12. Tutorial: Other Editor Features
1.13. Tutorial: Unit Testing
1.14. Tutorial: Version Control Systems
1.15. Tutorial: Searching
1.16. Tutorial: Other IDE Features
1.17. Tutorial: Further Reading

Wing Tutorial