Learning to use the Vim text editor can be intimidating. Vim has a steep learning curve, but once you have the basics down, it can be a great and highly efficient text editor. Vim can be used for programming, writing blogs, short stories or novels. It has an extensive plugin system, it is highly configurable and it supports many programming languages. Vim has robust search and replace and it integrates very well with numerous other tools.
In this tutorial, we are going to learn about how to set up our own wiki engine on our local machine using Gitlab and the Gollum wiki engine. Before we get started we need to make sure that you have a registered account with GitLab. In addition to this we will need to have Git and Ruby installed on your local machine. If you don't have any of these installed you can try using the Install Rails to install all the basics mentioned above. You can also search online to find and learn about alternative ways to install the above. I also have written and created screencasts on Version Control and Ruby and you can find these on my website kode47. I have also provided links in the resources section below. Are you ready? Let us get started!
Getting familiar with the Cloud9 workspace, terminal, and Ace editor.
This is part two of the Command line Interface. So how do we move or change the name of a file in our terminal? We do this my using the mv command.
Most computer users navigate around the computer using a graphical user interface(GUI). GUIs let users interact with handheld and desktop devices by letting us watch videos, write an email, write journals, make phone calls and so forth.