Vim's most straightforward method of global search is its :grep command,
which invokes 'grepprg' (often grep or a drop-in replacement such as
ag). I outline a few lightweight changes that make working with :grep
Vim has a class of commands that execute their arguments in the context of each
of a collection of entities, including tab pages, windows, buffers, items in
the arg list, etc. This is a summary of such commands.
Composer.vim provides Vim support for Composer PHP projects. Features include
a command-line wrapper with smart completion of subcommands, flags, and even
package names from remote package repositories such as packagist.org;
go-to-definition for classes, interfaces, and traits using Composer's
autoloader; and integrations with Projectionist.vim and Dispatch.vim.
The Planck is a 40% computer keyboard with an ortholinear layout (the keys
are arranged in columns rather than being staggered as on a traditional
typewriter keyboard). The keys are laid out in a 4 × 12 grid with a
2-unit-wide spacebar on the bottom row, for a total of 47 keys. Here's how I
set mine up for programming on Unix-like systems.
The restclient.el package provides a REPL-like interface for HTTP requests,
which is particularly useful for exploring REST APIs. It supports variables,
evaluation of lisp forms, and pretty-printing of JSON and XML responses.