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Whether you’re looking to configure LuaSnip for the first time or find some niche new techniques to make a very specific function 0.0001% easier to type, there’s a guide for you! Also, feel free to take a look at my snippets here for some references. (semi-obligatory self plug)

I’m also in the process of creating a plugin that provides a lot of common (LaTeX) snippets like friendly-snippets; let me know if you’re interested.

If you find any typos/errors, issues, or places I can improve on, feel free to do one of the following:

Note: I am not affiliated with LuaSnip (and definitely am not sponsored); I just need snippets to offset my slow typing speed so I can take LaTeX lecture notes live for my classes.

Note 2: I’m currently in the process of overhauling the guides. This include some minor reorganization - I’ll have a UltiSnips to LuaSnip guide, a LaTeX-specific guide, and a few Advanced LuaSnip Guides. Expect a bit of content to be shuffled around.

luasnip-latex-snippets.nvim: Exporting Common LaTeX Snippets 2023-03-12
Get more information on the development of a plugin providing common snippets in LuaSnip!
Advanced LuaSnip: Modular Snippets with Choice/Dynamic Nodes 2023-02-05
Add modularity and additional functionality using two of LuaSnip’s most powerful features - Choice Nodes and Dynamic Nodes.
LuaSnip Condition Objects: Use Python snippets within LaTeX Code Listings 2022-12-31
Learn to use snippets from other languages such as Python in LaTeX code listings with LuaSnip Condition Objects with this short guide.
From UltiSnips to LuaSnip: A Comprehensive Guide 2022-11-25
A detailed guide to navigating a promising new snippet engine in Neovim. Migrate from UltiSnips to LuaSnip with ease while familiarizing yourself with some of the new features of LuaSnip.