This tutorial introduces Wing IDE by taking you through its feature set with a small coding example. For a faster but less informative introduction, see the Wing IDE Quick Start Guide.
If you are new to programming, you may want to check out the book Python Programming Fundamentals and accompanying screen casts, which use Wing IDE 101 to teach programming with Python.
If you are viewing this document in your web browser, we recommend using the Tutorial from the Help menu in Wing IDE instead. This enables additional links into IDE functionality that will not be available in your browser.
When using this tutorial with products other than Wing IDE Professional, please note that the screen shots include tools and features only available in Wing IDE Professional. These can safely be ignored and, when working with the tutorial within Wing IDE's help viewer, those tools will not be discussed in the content that follows.
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1.0. Tutorial: Getting Started
1.1. Tutorial: Getting Around Wing IDE
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: Introduction to the Editor
1.7. Tutorial: Navigating Code
1.8. Tutorial: Debugging
1.8.0. Tutorial: Debug I/O
1.8.1. Tutorial: Debug Process Exception Reporting
1.8.2. Tutorial: Interactive Debugging
1.8.3. Tutorial: Execution Environment
1.8.4. Tutorial: Remote Debugging
1.8.5. Tutorial: Other Debugger Features
1.9. Tutorial: Auto-Editing
1.10. Tutorial: Turbo Completion Mode (Experimental)
1.11. Tutorial: Refactoring
1.12. Tutorial: Indentation Features
1.13. Tutorial: Other Editor Features
1.14. Tutorial: Unit Testing
1.15. Tutorial: Version Control Systems
1.16. Tutorial: Searching
1.17. Tutorial: Other IDE Features
1.18. Tutorial: Further Reading