Fossbytesite, a new plugin that calls itself an artificial pair programmer, is here to assist you in coding. As programmers today, we are being exposed to new languages and libraries, but we are not using smart tools. Kite aims to bridge this gap by showing you examples of terminal commands and documentation for libraries.
The Next WebThere's a new tool for developers named Kite, and it could revolutionize your workflow (no, really). Calling itself an "artificial pair programmer" which offers "examples and documentation for the libraries and terminal commands you use," Kite helps bridge gaps between what you know and what you have to look up.
QuartzAfter Kite raised $4 million in venture capital funds in 2016, TechCrunch described it as a tool that "wants to be every developer's pair-programming buddy." The app is a sort of grammar-checker for code that Python developers can use as a plugin in their coding software.
TechCrunchMost integrated development environments (IDEs) and text editors are full of useful features, but, for the most part, they aren't connected to the Internet. Because of this, developers often have to switch context to Google the solution to a problem or look at a language's manual.