What is NvChad?
It is an attempt to make Neovim CLI as functional as an IDE while being very beautiful, blazing fast. It has 38 plugins installed by default, yet it is still very fast because it uses the Packer plugin manager. Packer.nvim allows you to lazy load plugins, meaning they only get loaded when absolutely required. Furthermore, you can disable plugins you don't use.
NvChad is a tool in the Tools for Text Editors category of a tech stack.
NvChad is an open source tool with GitHub stars and GitHub forks. Here’s a link to NvChad's open source repository on GitHub
- Many beautiful themes to choose from
- Fast plugin loading
- File navigation
- Managing tabs
- Beautiful and configurable icons
- Pretty and functional statusline
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