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Vimcasts contains 76 free screencasts and 52 articles. Browse all content by category, or view all screencasts by publication date.


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Yanking and pasting works seemlessly between Neovim’s regular buffers and terminal buffers. In this video, we’ll look at how the Normal mode paste command works in a terminal buffer, and we’ll create a mapping to help with pasting text directly from Terminal mode.

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Modern Vim Paperback now Shipping

I’m happy to announce that Modern Vim is now available as a paperback. You can purchase it directly from The Pragmatic Bookshelf.

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Learn to use Vim efficiently in your Ruby projects

In association with thoughtbot, one of the most well respected Rails consultancies in the world, I've produced a series of screencasts on how to make navigating your Ruby projects with Vim ultra-efficient. Along the way, you’ll also learn how to make Ruby blocks a first-class text object in Vim. This lets you edit Ruby code at a higher level of abstraction. Available to buy from thoughtbot..