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This Web-Based vim Clone Saves Files to Google Docs

This is really more of a fun technical preview than something you’d really want to use, but it’s hard to argue with vim in Javascript.

The editor lets you save and open files in Google Docs, and edit them using a vim clone in a web browser. Hopefully this is eventually released as an extension for Chrome and Firefox —now that would be awesome.

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  • Published 09/5/10

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