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From Stephen Boesch <java...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: IDE suitable for Spark
Date Tue, 07 Apr 2020 16:18:21 GMT
I have been using  Idea for both scala/spark and pyspark projects since
2013. It required fair amount of fiddling that first year but has been
stable since early 2015.   For pyspark projects only Pycharm naturally also
works v well.

Am Di., 7. Apr. 2020 um 09:10 Uhr schrieb yeikel valdes <email@yeikel.com>:

>
> Zeppelin is not an IDE but a notebook.  It is helpful to experiment but it
> is missing a lot of the features that we expect from an IDE.
>
> Thanks for sharing though.
>
> ---- On Tue, 07 Apr 2020 04:45:33 -0400 * zahidr1000@gmail.com
> <zahidr1000@gmail.com> * wrote ----
>
> When I first logged on I asked if there was a suitable IDE for Spark.
> I did get a couple of responses.
> *Thanks.*
>
> I did actually find one which is suitable IDE for spark.
> That is  *Apache Zeppelin.*
>
> One of many reasons it is suitable for Apache Spark is.
> The  *up and running Stage* which involves typing *bin/zeppelin-daemon.sh
> start*
> Go to browser and type *http://localhost:8080 <http://localhost:8080>*
> That's it!
>
> Then to
> * Hit the ground running*
> There are also ready to go Apache Spark examples
> showing off the type of functionality one will be using in real life
> production.
>
> Zeppelin comes with  embedded Apache Spark  and scala as default
> interpreter with 20 + interpreters.
> I have gone on to discover there are a number of other advantages for real
> time production
> environment with Zeppelin offered up by other Apache Products.
>
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