Elm-pair helps you write Elm code. You tell Elm-pair about the change you want to make and it will do the actual work. It's a bit like using an IDE, except you don't need to learn any keyboard shortcuts.
You talk to Elm-pair by making a change in your code. If Elm-pair understands your intent will respond with a change off its own.
Elm-pair is in early development. The short video below demonstrates current functionality.
This first release of elm-pair supports managing import lists of Elm code. This short 2-minute video demonstrates current functionality. Installation instructions for Neovim can be found here.