Install vim-plug (or any other plugin manager)
I recommend checking out my dotfiles which has lots of comments so you can find any extra features that might be helpful for you.
I will write another post for a more in-depth description of getting started with neovim...
To install Coc, you'll want to follow their instructions at the link below. It is
With neovim open, type the following:
:CocInstall coc-html coc-tsserver coc-json coc-emmet coc-prettier
You'll want to create a shortcut for
:call CocAction('format'). I have the following shortcut so that I can format my projects with space + f:
nnoremap <leader>f :call CocAction('format')<CR>
head over to the Node.js downloads page and follow their installation instructions. You can also use your package manager to install Node.
sudo apt install nodejs
sudo pacman -S nodejs
I highly recommend installing tmux so you can run your frontend, backend, neovim, and git cli in the same terminal window which makes it way easier to keep your workspace clear. Tmux is great because you can name your sessions and easily navigate to the right spot for what you're looking to do.