CandyVim Neovim Configuration
An Eye Candy Neovim config built to work most efficiently with Frontend Development
This is based on Ecovim with a lot of useless eye candy thrown in to demonstrate how useful Neovim is even loaded up with candy.
[Note:] the default namespace for the Lazyman configuration is now
ecovim which is an enhanced version of
- Configured for TypeScript Development (React.js, Next.js, Vue.js, Angular, Node.js etc.)
- Great default theme: Tokyonight
- Lazy loaded via lazy.nvim
- Highly performant (90ms load time)
- Extendable LSP configuration via mason.nvim
- Support for :robot: AI: ChatGPT, GitHub Copilot, Codeium and Tabnine
- Support for TailwindCSS with highlighted colors
- JSON autocompletion for most popular Frontend configs
- NPM packages autocompletion in package.json
- Internal Jest testing and Coverage support
- Debugging with nvim-dap (works with React.js & React Native)
- Automatic Treesitter-based folding with imports folded by default
- Current code context via nvim-navic
- Beautiful and functional custom statusline built with galaxyline.nvim
- Git management with Lazygit, custom telescope commits view with git-delta, gitsigns & diffview, custom git blame
See the Install tab for installation instructions.
To change CandyVim related config use the
To change vim settings use the
To change plugin related settings use the specific
plugins/[name].lua file. Some of the plugin config can be set up during plugin installation in
config/plugins.lua file, where you can add new plugins.
See the Keymaps tab for details on CandyVim key bindings.
Comma (,) is the default Leader key.
Check out the
which-key menu and
keybindings.lua for most used maps.
Measured on M1.
CandyVim started in 91.13ms
|Support more LSPs (not only frontend? - already possible via Mason)|
|Better configuration of additional LSPs (already possible via Mason)|
|Auto resize for more consistent UI behavior|
|Reload in-time support|