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Neovim requirements

  • Rust analyser - put inside in ~/.local/bin
  • ZLS Zig LSP - put inside in ~/.local/bin


  • Luasnip


Currently I have no idea how to write for you my whole workflow of using Ecovim config in React.js projects I am working on,
but I can write you the most useful custom key bindings by the frequency I use them.

Space (SPC) is my Leader key.



Key Bindings Description
<C - p> Telescope git files
<S - p> Telescope live grep
s Enables lightspeed forward
S Enables lightspeed backward
SPC s d Search dotfiles
SPC s h Search file history
SPC s s Search history
Working with LSP

Working with LSP:

Key Bindings Description
<C - Space> or SPC c a Code action
<S - K> Show documentation under cursor
gd Go to definition
gr Go to references
]g Go to next diagnostic
[g Go to prev diagnostic
SPC c f Format document (usually ESLint/Prettier)
SPC c r Rename
SPC c q Quick fix - when I exactly know if it will fix it
SPC c d Local diagnostics list
SPC c o Organize imports
Working with Git

Working with Git:

Key Bindings Description
SPC g g Lazygit - for committing and branch change
SPC g s Telescope status - when I want to change/search file I am working on with git changes
]c Go to next change hunk
[c Go to prev change hunk
SPC g d Advanced powerful diff view with many filters for debugging code, checking previous changes etc.
SPC g m View hunk diff of a line under cursor
SPC g h r Reset changed hunk under cursor - I like to check quickly what I have changed in that line and then just type 'u' to go back
SPC g h s Stage hunk under cursor - Sometimes it's faster than selecting lines in Lazygit, so I can stage specific lines and then just do a commit
SPC g l c Quick check of previous commit in current buffer, inside to switch preview
Working with Project

Working with Project:

Key Bindings Description
<C - e> Toggles nvim-tree file explorer
SPC p w Find word under cursor in project - very useful to find where component is used. Just use binding and type '<'. There is a lot of alternatives like LSP references but I like it with telescope and to not find only references but whole text under cursor.
SPC p f Find file under cursor in project - it finds files in project which contains text under cursor. Useful when you name directories by component name in React and wants to go quickly to file. 'gd' is better but in some projects without TS or with mixed JS/TS it cannot work properly
SPC p t Finds TODOs/NOTES in project
SPC p l Switch between projects
SPC p s Save session to load it later from Dashboard


Key Bindings Description
gcc Create/remove comment
gc (visual) Create/remove comment
gcO Create comment line before
gco Create comment line after
Table Mode / Alignment

Table Mode / Alignment

Key Bindings Description
ga (visual) Aligns selection based on separator (comma, semi-colon, colon etc.)
SPC t m Enables Table Mode. Do it in markdown file with some table and you will see magic
SPC t i C (Only when Table Mode Enabled) Insert column before
SPC t i c (Only when Table Mode Enabled) Insert column after
SPC t d c (Only when Table Mode Enabled) Delete column
SPC t d r (Only when Table Mode Enabled) Delete row
SPC t s (Only when Table Mode Enabled) Sort table alphabetically

Other VERY useful bindings

Key Bindings Description
<S - q> Smartly closes current buffer without breaking UI
<C - a> It is not only increases number, but switches between true/false/const/let/function/arrow function/increment dates etc.
<C - n> Finds next occurrence (like *) of word and puts multi-cursor there. Then you can go to Insert mode, Append, Change or Delete.
<C - o> Jumps to previous cursor in jumplist. I use it very often.
<C - i> Jumps to next cursor in jumplist.
<C - u> Uppercase word under cursor.
v Smartly selects next subjects of current treesitter context
za Toggle folds. By treesitter they are automatically added to TS/JS files in smart way
zM Close all folds
zR Open all folds
gJ Smartly joins lines based on treesitter
gS Smartly splits lines based on treesitter. I do if VERY often when I want to put import element to new lines (e.g. import { A, B, C, D, E } from ...)
< F12 > Opens/closes split terminal



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