Welcome to the second part of this series aimed to make you a better
Vim user! If you have no idea about Vim, you should begin with the
first part. In this
article, I’ll explain many more concepts, some of them making Vim
truly special compared to other editors. Who wasn’t blown away
discovering Vim’s macros?
Specifically, we’ll see together:
- Ways you can organize open files in Vim using buffers, windows,
tabs, and the argument list.
- Useful motions to jump quickly from one place to another in your
- Mapping new keystrokes to old keystrokes or commands.
- Powerful functionalities to repeat some of your keystrokes.
- Ways of manipulating the command line history.
- Plugins which offers different ways to manage some ideas we saw