Once you start becoming comfortable with how Vim works and its fundamentals (such as editing commands, registers, handling files, etc.), your next area of concern may well be your workflow. In this chapter, we’ll take a look at how best to manage our environment when working from buffers, windows, and tabs.
If you’re already an experienced Vim user (or, at least, you consider yourself not to be strictly a Vim beginner), then a lot of the commands and suggestions in this chapter may appear simplistic. But that’s the point, and in my opinion, one of the most interesting parts to becoming an advanced Vim user ...