Set it and forget it plugins?

This page summarizes the projects mentioned and recommended in the original post on /r/neovim

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  • tabout.nvim

    tabout plugin for neovim

    abecodes/tabout.nvim windwp/nvim-autopairs

  • nvim-autopairs

    autopairs for neovim written in lua

    abecodes/tabout.nvim windwp/nvim-autopairs

  • InfluxDB

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  • which-key.nvim

    💥 Create key bindings that stick. WhichKey is a lua plugin for Neovim 0.5 that displays a popup with possible keybindings of the command you started typing.

    folke/which-key.nvim will help with you with your key maps.

  • mini.nvim

    Library of 35+ independent Lua modules improving overall Neovim (version 0.7 and higher) experience with minimal effort

    Most of mini.nvim modules are designed for require('mini.xxx').setup() to provide the best possible features out of the box. The ones with biggest quality of life improvement utilities for me are 'mini.ai', 'mini.surround', 'mini.pairs', 'mini.basics', 'mini.bracketed', 'mini.bufremove', 'mini.cursorword'. Of course, there are more UI stuff which I like but not necessarily fit others taste.

  • numb.nvim

    Peek lines just when you intend

    nacro90/numb.nvim - : to peek there, then if you want to go there

  • treesj

    Neovim plugin for splitting/joining blocks of code

    Wansmer/treesj and/or CKolkey/ts-node-action - very useful for lua tables and stuff

  • ts-node-action

    Neovim Plugin for running functions on nodes.

    Wansmer/treesj and/or CKolkey/ts-node-action - very useful for lua tables and stuff

  • WorkOS

    The modern identity platform for B2B SaaS. The APIs are flexible and easy-to-use, supporting authentication, user identity, and complex enterprise features like SSO and SCIM provisioning.

  • tint.nvim

    Dim inactive windows in Neovim using window-local highlight namespaces.

    levouh/tint.nvim - nice active window highlighting

  • neoscroll.nvim

    Smooth scrolling neovim plugin written in lua

    karb94/neoscroll.nvim or echasnovski/mini.map for scrollbar ui

  • mini.map

    Neovim Lua plugin to manage window with buffer text overview. Part of 'mini.nvim' library.

    karb94/neoscroll.nvim or echasnovski/mini.map for scrollbar ui

  • better-escape.nvim

    Escape from insert mode without delay when typing

    max397574/better-escape.nvim - i use jk/kj for insert mode so this makes it smoother

  • dial.nvim

    enhanced increment/decrement plugin for Neovim.

    monaqa/dial.nvim - nicer and

  • vim-matchup

    vim match-up: even better % :facepunch: navigate and highlight matching words :facepunch: modern matchit and matchparen. Supports both vim and neovim + tree-sitter.

    andymass/vim-matchup - nicer %

  • smart-splits.nvim

    🧠 Smart, seamless, directional navigation and resizing of Neovim + terminal multiplexer splits. Supports tmux, Wezterm, and Kitty. Think about splits in terms of "up/down/left/right".

    mrjones2014/smart-splits.nvim - nicer window switching/resizing

  • vim-smoothie

    Smooth scrolling for Vim done right🥤

    dirbuf.nvim (or oil.nvim), the genius thing is that it is really just one mapping, plus stuff you already know. Foke's todo-comments.nvim is another typical one, but you're probably aware of that if using Noice. Smooth scrolling plugins? My favourite for some reason is still vim-smoothie, not the Lua alternatives.

  • AstroNvim

    AstroNvim is an aesthetic and feature-rich neovim config that is extensible and easy to use with a great set of plugins

    My current favorite is AstroNvim: https://github.com/AstroNvim/AstroNvim, with an awesome introduction video: https://youtu.be/GEHPiZ10gOk

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