One of the most important plugins is the Vim plugin which brings all the powerful commands from Vim to your favorite code editor.
One of the most important tools for learning Vim is a cheat sheet, or, if you’d like a deeper dive, a Vim book.
Because of its mnemonic-based vernacular and widespread support, learning Vim in 2023 is more achievable than ever.
Vim can be super helpful even if you only know a few commands. So I've compiled a few of the Vim commands that I use every day.
Here are four tips, from keyboard shortcuts to command palettes, that will keep your hands on the keyboard and make you a power editor.
My favorite Readline features for improving my workflow on the command line—keyboard shortcuts, long commands, reverse search, and persisting options.
I’ve been using vim as my primary text editor for a little over a year now. I’m going to share some of my favorite vim commands that I’ve discovered.
A short guide for transitioning to Vim from GUI text editors like VS Code and Sublime. Get up to speed by learning the most essential commands.
An update to an AppleScript script that can be triggered from MacVim to find a specific iTerm2 tab for running focused tests.
Configuring a foot pedal is incredibly easy. Mine came with a simple driver app that took no more than a couple of minutes to install and configure.
Spacemacs is an awesome editor, and it's excellent for Clojure. Here I’ll describe the installation and setup process and point out a few useful tools.
Vim can still be super helpful if all you know is a few commands. So I’ve compiled a few of the Vim commands that I use every day.