Vim and Emacs key bindings - Launch Week 2 - Day 5
Welcome to the 5th day of Livebook Launch Week 2! 🎉
For those of us who found ourselves instinctively trying to use Vim or Emacs shortcuts in Livebook, only to realize that these weren’t supported, feeling frustrated. We hear you.
We’re excited to announce that now you can use Vim and Emacs key bindings while coding in Livebook.
Let’s see how it works.
Go to the settings page in Livebook and choose the “Key bindings” you prefer:
Once that’s done, you can use it in any Livebook cell with a code editor, like in a code cell or a markdown cell. Here’s an example using Vim keybindings:
To start using that new feature, install the latest version of Livebook and have fun!
- Day 1: Remote execution Smart cell
- Day 2: Speech-to-text with Whisper: timestamping, streaming, and parallelism, oh-my!
- Day 3: Introducing File Integration
- Day 4: Integration with SnowFlake and Microsoft SQL Server
And if you want to discover everything that was added/changed in this release, here’s the changelog.