Let’s take a look…
Now let’s break it down…
Kite can complete up to multiple lines of code at a time, reducing the time you spend writing repetitive code.
Kite is able to provide completions when editors like VS Code cannot understand the code.
Kite shows completions in more situations, for example after a space.
Kite works alongside your editor’s completions. We use carefully-designed filters to reduce noise.
Kite’s deep learning models have learned all of these patterns, and understand the context of your code, so Kite can predict chunks of code and put them in your completions. This can be useful in two ways:
- If you already know what you need to type, Kite helps you jump ahead to the next task.
Kite can help you ship software faster today.
And we’re just getting started. We believe that machine learning can automate away the tedious parts of writing code, and there’s so much more to do. We’re continually exploring ways ML can unlock productivity gains for developers, and we hope that you will join us.
We’re thrilled to share today that over 250,000 people are coding with Kite every month. We feel grateful to have reached this milestone, and we’d like to thank everyone who uses Kite. This amazing progress wouldn’t be possible without each of you giving us the encouragement and feedback that fuels the hard work — 30,000 code commits to date — that got us here.
We hope you’ll join us on this journey by downloading Kite!
The Kite Team
P.S. We are also announcing Kite Pro today, which is our first paid product for Python professionals. Check out our separate blog post about Kite Pro for more info!