vimb - Vimb - the vim like browser is a webkit based web browser that behaves like the vimperator plugin for the firefox and usage paradigms from the great editor vim

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Vimb is a Vim-like web browser that is inspired by Pentadactyl and Vimprobable. The goal of Vimb is to build a completely keyboard-driven, efficient and pleasurable browsing-experience with low memory and CPU usage that is intuitive to use for Vim users. More information and some screenshots of Vimb browser in action can be found on the project page of Vimb.

https://fanglingsu.github.io/vimb/
https://github.com/fanglingsu/vimb

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