NvChad – Neovim config

NvChad is a Neovim config aiming to provide a base configuration with very beautiful UI and blazing fast startup time.

NvChad is not a framework. It is supposed to be used as a “base” configuration for the masses. It aims to provide a specific collection of default plugins which users find to be very useful.

This is free and open source software.

Features include:

  • Blazing fast startup time as plugins are lazy loaded wherever possible; plugins will load only when needed.
  • Attractive user interface while still embracing the CLI; UI plugins are themed with visual elegance.
  • Highly customizable – default plugins, options, and themes can easily be disabled or overridden via the chadrc file.
  • Built-in update mechanism to stay up to date with the latest changes while preserving user configuration.
  • 30+ inbuilt beautiful themes.

Website: nvchad.com
Support: GitHub Code Repository
Developer: Siduck and contributors
License: GNU General Public License v3.0

NvChad
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NvChad is written in Lua. Learn Lua with our recommended free books and free tutorials.

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