What is Lapce?
It is a lightning-fast and powerful code editor. It is written in pure Rust, with UI in Druid. It's using Xi-Editor's Rope Science for text editing and using Wgpu for rendering.
Lapce is a tool in the Text Editor category of a tech stack.
Lapce is an open source tool with 19.1K GitHub stars and 537 GitHub forks. Here’s a link to Lapce's open source repository on GitHub
Who uses Lapce?
- Modal Editing (Vim like) support as a first-class citizen (can be turned off as well)
- Built-in LSP support
- Built-in remote development support (inspired by VSCode Remote Development)
- The Plugin can be written in programming languages that can compile to WASI (C, Rust, AssemblyScript)
- Built-in terminal
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