web-mode

web template editing mode for emacs (by fxbois)

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  • Please contribute to Tree-Sitter based JavaScript and TypeScript Modes in GNU Emacs core
    7 projects | /r/emacs | 7 Dec 2023
    web-mode: https://web-mode.org/
  • web-mode: web template editing mode for emacs
    1 project | /r/planetemacs | 3 Nov 2023
  • web-mode.el - html template editing for emacs
    1 project | /r/planetemacs | 1 Oct 2023
  • How to make Skewer-mode work with HTML files (live updating)?
    3 projects | /r/emacs | 19 Apr 2023
    Did you try web-mode? https://github.com/fxbois/web-mode/ It's the mode that made me accept HTML. There are shortcuts to: delete a node, wrap a node with another one, delete an attribute, copy a node, re-indent the buffer, go to the beginning/end of the node…
  • How can I disable lineup calls for web mode in doom emacs?
    2 projects | /r/DoomEmacs | 5 Apr 2023
  • Use GNU Emacs
    16 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 3 Mar 2023
    I’ve started to use emacs in my computer sciences school 30 years ago (EPITA in Paris). The Lab was surrounded by Mips, Sun, Alpha, … great time.

    The only weakness of Emacs (according to me) was the lack of a good major mode (module) to edit web template : imagine editing a php block inside a javascript part embedded inside html.

    After testing many modes, I started to develop web-mode (http://web-mode.org) that is now compatible with about thirty template engines. What a wondeful trip it was to discover the power of Lisp and what a pleasure it is everyday to know exactly what happens when I hit a key while editing an html file.

    I am the only Emacs user in my company (kernix.com) but nothing would make me switch. I can not imagine using an editor that would not open in less than a second (or that would eat hundreds of Mo of RAM)

    I Hope Emacs will see a usage surge with the inclusion of tree sitter… editing in emacs will be even faster and more robust. Not sure tree sitter is suitted for multi languages files … but for this you have web-mode ;)

  • How do I get Ruby on Rails lsp working in Doom Emacs?
    1 project | /r/DoomEmacs | 17 Dec 2022
    web-mode should be used for .erb files, per their docs
  • How to work with Razor and Blazor in Emacs?
    1 project | /r/emacs | 26 Jul 2022
    Web Mode has support for razor pages. I used it briefly and it seems to be good. Here are the relevant parts of my config:
  • Code Editor for Ruby on Rails
    4 projects | /r/rails | 1 Jul 2022
    web-mode for editing templates
  • Web-mode marking undone when moving cursor.
    1 project | /r/emacs | 15 Mar 2022
    Been using web-mode recently and possess noticed that marked regions are unmarked once the cursor is moved. I use expand-region normally to mark HTML tags and then tried to move up one line and the marked region is cancelled. Using C-SPC to mark regions does not face this issue. Anyone face this issue and solve it? I know there was a similar issue with multiple cursors but ‏‏‎ that was solvable by editing a custom variable found here. Any suggestions are welcomed as I do not even know where to begin to debug this issue. Thanks!
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