PyLight is a simple, neat and all rounder Python code editor. While other IDEs focus on features, PyLight is all about you and your Python codes! From great syntax highlighting to creating complex modules, PyLight has all the features that a developer needs but can't find in other Python IDEs! Additionally, PyLight builds a base for the beginners by allowing them to access simple inbuilt codes and also search for any doubts that they have using the 'Search for help' function. And as a cherry on the top, with PyLight you can save a Python file as .exe in just one click! When you open PyLight you would need to specify the installation file path of Python. Once that is done, you can use the software freely. After installation press F1 for any help. During the installation please read the terms & conditions carefully and don't skip the 'important notice'.
Giorgiana Arghire from Softpedia rates PyLight a 4.0/5.0 and says "PyLight can prove to be a handy solution for all Python enthusiasts who are looking for an intuitive solution for editing their code lines."
Soft82 rates PyLight a 5.0/5.0 and says "Truly a simple, neat and all rounder Python code editor"
PyLight has recieved multiple awards and is a highly successful product in the market.
Article on SourceNet : http://sourcenet.in/2014/05/pylight.html
Article on Softpedia : http://www.softpedia.com/get/Programming/Coding-languages-Compilers/PyLight.shtml
Download link : https://www.dropbox.com/s/w7kiypogwzj0rep/PyLightBigSetup.exe
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Terms & Conditions
Thank you for chosing PyLight. Please read the terms and conditions below carefully.
Any sort of replication or copy of the PyLight's user interface is strictly prohibited.
PyLight is created by Nirman Dave.
Any code created using this PyLight does not concern the creator of PyLight in any manner.
PyLight is not in any way endorsed by the Python group.
PyLight is an independent software.
PyLight is opensourced. However, replication of the user interface design is prohibited.
Thank you for chosing PyLight. Please read the information below carefully.
You will need Python already installed on your PC.
Python version 2.7.6 is advised.
When the software opens the first time, it will prompt you to specify the installation path for Python. Please do so.
If you have Python 2.7.6 installed and are running on x64Bit windows PC. Then please download 'py2exe'. If you don't know what that is, please search for it and download it from the internet.
Install py2exe. (Don't worry, you dont need to know how to use it or what that is)
If all the requirements above are fulfilled then all the features of PyLight will be successfully unlocked.
Any missing feature from the list above (except point 1) won't disturb the basic functioning of PyLight
Code and enjoy!
Note to developers
As this product is in the BETA phase you may find some problems/bugs. Please report any problems/bugs you find to : firstname.lastname@example.org
About the creator
PyLight is created by Nirman Dave and published by SourceNet, a website maintained by Nirman Dave. Nirman is only 17 years old and has just graduated from The Galaxy School in Rajkot, Gujarat. He has pursued the International Baccalaureate Diploma Program. He strongly believes in helping the society through the use of technology, a unique but a challenging task. Besides being the founder of SourceNet, SourceNick and SourceNet Ads; He also teaches computer programming at The Galaxy School and mentors the ‘Introduction to computer science’ course at a college in his town. He has been featured on many online news portals, as listed below.
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Creative Commons License
PyLight by Nirman Dave is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Based on a work at http://www.sourcenet.in/2014/05/pylight.html. Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at https://github.com/OpenSourceNet/PyLight.