There’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. In a demo video, Kite’s founder details how it all works: As you can see, Kite is like code completion and library functionality without ever leaving your terminal environment. Currently, Kite supports Sublime Text, emacs, vim, PyCharm and Atom. At launch, Kite only has support for Python, but the team…

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