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  • nvim

    My personal Neovim configuration. (by harrisoncramer)

    I'm primarily frontend but work across the stack, this is my config:

  • dotfiles

    dd's personal dotfiles monorepo (by ddnomad)

    The config:

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  • dot-files

    Here! I'm kind of new on Neovim (I come from emacs), I'm mostly FE dev, but sometimes I work with BE stuff here's my conf

  • personal_code

    random code that I have lying around

    pretty basic config, but messy - half of it is accumulated vim config from two decades.

  • .dotfiles

    dotfiles for AwesomeWM, Neovim, and many other tools i use (by edr3x)

    I mainly do backend stuffs, small amount of Frontend React and Flutter Sometimes. here is my config!

  • vimconfig

    My personal vim config files (by hrmJ)

    Here's my current lazy.nvim based one: I also do across the stack, I guess the only TS/js-specific plugin in my setup is jose-elias-alvarez/typescript.nvim but of course all the lsp stuff is what makes it work. Something I only found out about lately are the json and yaml LSPs combined with schemastore - pretty nice when working with openapi documentation, package.json files etc

  • dotfiles

    Config files from my linux build. (by arionrefat)

    I work as fullstack dev for a startup. here is my config:

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  • dotfiles

    Backend Ruby developer here. Heres my dot files if you're interested:

  • nv-ide

    Neovim custom configuration, oriented for full stack developers (rails, ruby, php, html, css, SCSS, javascript)

    Full stack ruby on rails, here my conf nv-ide

  • nvchad-config

    My config files for NvChad

  • dotfiles

    Dotfiles (by jorgebef)

  • config

    Personal Config - Consume at your own risk. (by CKolkey)

  • LunarVim

    🌙 LunarVim is an IDE layer for Neovim. Completely free and community driven.

    I've been using lunarvim for over a year now so at this point what I have is heavily customized, but it works very well out of the box.

  • dotfiles

    Dot my files and cross my T's (by 3ZsForInsomnia)

    Always a WIP, and haven't really prepared it for sharing, but a setup that I've taken through a variety of different stacks:

  • nvim

    Setting up lua from template (by johnson2427)

    [my setup](

  • Neovim-from-scratch

    📚 A Neovim config designed from scratch to be understandable

    This is my setup. I mostly develop in Python for work, but also develop a lot of .yaml and .sh for automation, docker, etc. A lot going on in this nvim setup. I took the base from neovim-from-scratch [here]( . And the make of LunarVim has some great videos to show you how to write out your neovim setup in Lua. If you're more of a WASM, Rust, JS guy, then ThePrimeagen might be a good place for you to go. I mixed and matched everything I have. Added copilot and chatGPT. You have to drive this thing though. And you really have to know what you're trying to write, otherwise those applications will take you down a deep dark path of trying to debug garbage code.

  • dotfiles

    These are the config files for macOS programs and more. (by sobhanbera)

    I am working as a web developer for more than 4 years now. My Neovim configurations are here:

  • tp-neovim-config

    A Neovim configuration optimized for React, Typescript, and TailwindCSS. Equipped with features including syntax highlighting, linting, formatting, and more.

    here is mine

  • neovim-lua-config

    Repository of dot files.

    here's my somewhat biiiig (~170 plugins) Frontend config: .. I use heirline for my bufferline/winbar/statusline ... which I switched to some time back and there's still room for improving the interactivity of all the lines/bars :-) Optimized for typescript/javascript/clojurescript/react ... Still missing to * switch to Mason for lsp, * configure DAP * configure testing Ultimately, I'm almost happy with my lua config, and as my next bigger step plan to switch to fennel ... Lately I switched to neovide from my terminal kitty/alacritty/tmux/nvim-setup and I quite like it. Currently my config or neovim seems to have some kind of bug/instability with scrolling, and is crashing often on scroll: in the terminal. Neovide isn't.

  • config.nvim

    Hana's Neovim config (by shirohana)

    I'm deving React with Next.js, and here's my plugins:

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