Guide to setting up emacs for web development?

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  • doom

    Doom Emacs config (by elken)

    It may or may not be your long-term environment but for someone looking for Vim keybinds and an easy on-ramp, you can dip your toes via doom-emacs and enable the relevant modules. I'd start with :lang javascript[1] and web with +lsp and :tools lsp[2].

  • editorconfig-vim

    EditorConfig plugin for Vim

    I also recommend using an .editorconfig file to declare the formatting you want for various languages. So much easier than tinkering with settings

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