Vim-Plugins: Part 3 - Sync Tmux and Vim Theme There are generally two types of people in the IT world: those who accept whatever the defaults are on a particular system, and those that endlessly tweak their setup with config changes, new themes, and custom shortcuts. Both have their advantages and disadvantages of course. I’m of the opinion that an admin or developer’s primary tools and environment should be not just efficient, powerful, and easy to use but also beautiful.
Vim-Plugins: Part 2 - Mastering motion with vim-sneak and quick-scope As vim is more often used for editing existing documents, one of the primary things you’ll do in vim normal mode is move the cursor around. Using hjkl to navigate is one of the first things we learn in vim, but it only moves the cursor one space at a time: not very efficient! Of course, we can prepend our hjkl with a number, indicating how many spaces or lines we wish the cursor to move.
Vim Plugins Series: vim-which-key This is the first of hopefully many vim posts to come. I use quite a few vim plugins, to improve my vim efficiency and quality of life, both while developing or just writing blog posts in Markdown. Today, I wanted to highlight vim-which-key, which has recently become one of my favorite vim plugins. As you’ll see, it helps to tie in all of my other plugins and solves one of the most challenging parts of adopting a full time vim development environment: remembering keyboard shortcuts.