NeoBundle vs Solis: What are the differences?
Developers describe NeoBundle as "Next generation Vim package manager". NeoBundle is a next generation Vim plugin manager. This plugin is based on Vundle, but I renamed and added tons of features, while Vundle tends to stay simple. On the other hand, Solis is detailed as "Real time, multi viewport previewing of HTML, CSS, SCSS and LESS as you write it". Live Design Output that integrates seamlessly with your favourite code editor. Delivering real time, multi viewport previewing of HTML, CSS, SCSS and LESS as you write it.
NeoBundle and Solis can be primarily classified as "Tools for Text Editors" tools.
Some of the features offered by NeoBundle are:
- Plugin prefixed command name (:Bundle vs :NeoBundle).
- Support for vimproc (asynchronous update/install).
- Support for unite.vim interface (update/install/search).
On the other hand, Solis provides the following key features:
- Multiple Viewports - Effortlessly draw, resize and arrange multiple viewports that simultaneously display your live code
- Real Time Preview - Instantly preview HTML, CSS, SCSS and LESS as you write it
- Live Reload - Changes made to the files in your project are identified and automatically displayed across all viewports, saving you time
NeoBundle is an open source tool with 2.21K GitHub stars and 169 GitHub forks. Here's a link to NeoBundle's open source repository on GitHub.