Is it a bad config or cmp isn't as smart as VSCode autocompletion?

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  • nvim-config

    This is my config (as I'm a newbie to nvim, it's mostly a compilation of suggested configs from docs): https://github.com/flppv/nvim-config/blob/master/lua/plugins/cmp.lua

  • kok.nvim

    Fast as FUCK nvim completion. SQLite, concurrent scheduler, hundreds of hours of optimization.

    I'd be happy for someone who knows more about this to correct me. But in my experience as well, nvim-cmp is not as good completion as vscode, its suggestions can be all over the place sometimes. I found that coq_nvim tends to better in this regard. I still prefer nvim-cmp for other reasons but you should definitely try coq_nvim out and see if you have a better experience.

  • 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.

  • Maybe you need to tweak the tsconfig.json? I've tested tsserver in this codebase and it worked fine (for my standards). Here is the config I used.

  • nvim-starter

    Neovim example configuration. To help you start in your journey

    Maybe you need to tweak the tsconfig.json? I've tested tsserver in this codebase and it worked fine (for my standards). Here is the config I used.

  • cmp-nvim-lsp

    nvim-cmp source for neovim builtin LSP client

    Yep. Make sure you have cmp-nvim-lsp installed, as well as an LSP server running.

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