Has ALE overtaken your vim setup like it has mine? It constantly runs linters, compilers and formatters, just waiting for you to slip up so that it can put an X in the gutter.
Those X's are really quite handy. They generally point me to the next place in the code that I need to make a change.
To get there quickly you can goto the next ALE error with:
This will stop at the last error in the file though. To have it wrap around use:
I really enjoy vim-unimpaired's handy bracket mappings, but I don't use
]a that move between args (because I don't use args very often).
To setup my own handy bracket mappings for ALE:
:nmap ]a :ALENextWrap<CR>
:nmap [a :ALEPreviousWrap<CR>
:nmap ]A :ALELast
:nmap [A :ALEFirst