We're excited to announce the release of the milestone Beta 2, which represents nearly a year of intense work on Spyder's completion/introspection/help/analysis architecture, dark theme, plot pane, autosave, and much more. This is the first of a new series of blog posts chronicling our final push toward the Spyder 4.0 release, and the new features we've implemented along the way,
We're pleased to highlight the release of QtConsole 4.4, which powers Spyder's IPython Console GUI. The latest version, developed in collaboration with the Jupyter team, adds several key features, enhancements and usability improvements, along with dozens of bug fixes and other changes—many requested and implemented by Spyder users like you.
We're excited to announce the release of Spyder 3.3.0 and 3.3.1, with several new features and enhancements, usability improvements, significant under the hood modifications and over 40 bug fixes. We'll go over the key changes and explain what they mean for you as a user, and discuss a few additional important notes about this release and what's coming next.
Watch maintainer Carlos Córdoba explain Spyder's history, demo some of the IDE's current functionality, and reveal some of the key features planned for the project's immediate future on Episode 1 of Quansight's Open Source Directions broadcast. Carlos also answers a number of user-submitted questions covering a range of Spyder-related topics.
In the second of a three part series, we've got some exciting announcements to make about Spyder and its continued development, and we'll review the project's current status and some major upcoming releases.
In the first of a three part series, we look back at the major events, project changes, milestones, and progress over the past six months since our previous funding ended. We'll also go over funding and development stats and status up to the present.
We introduce the Spyder unittest plugin, which can run tests and display the results right inside the IDE, with a real world example.