Aston J


Posts Tagged ‘vim’

Ruby dev environment (Yosemite)

Posted on: May 12th, 2015 by AstonJ 10 Comments

Having recently reformatted my Mac, I thought I’d jot some notes down on setting up a Ruby dev environment too.

In this post we’ll set up our fresh dev enviroment for Ruby, and cover installing and setting up the following…

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Learning Vim

Posted on: July 3rd, 2012 by AstonJ 1 Comment

If you’re interested in learning Vim you’re in luck – because there are some great resources out there. In this post I’m going to document the ones I’ve been using, in a step-by-step kinda way – hopefully making it easy to follow for anyone else keen on learning. By the end of it, you should (hopefully) no longer be a novice ;)
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Vim for Ruby on Rails (and a sexy theme!)

Posted on: June 28th, 2012 by AstonJ 56 Comments

This post started off as a small guide mainly for my own reference, but it’s grown into a good overview of why Vim is so great for Rails development – if you’re unconvinced, just read through the killer commands listed below… you’ll soon see how Vim could make life a lot easier for you – and I’m only scratching the surface here!
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