Integrated Development Environment software provides an interface to write code facilitating application development. IDEs provide programmers with tools to design, build, test, and debug software programs in a graphical user interface (GUI). The user can write and edit source code in the code editor. The compiler in the IDEs translates the source code into an executable language for the computer. The debugger helps examine the code to detect and solve any issues or bugs. Some of the IDEs have advanced features like refactoring, code search, data visualization, continuous integration and continuous deployment (CI/CD) tools.