Matt Stauffer has posted the next article in his series of "What's New in Laravel 5.3" series with this article covering the use of Vue.js with Laravel and some of the bootstrapping that makes it easier.
In Laravel 5.3, it's easier than ever to write and use Vue components out of the box. This means 5.3 has a somewhat more opinionated default frontend stack than previous versions do. But never fear—it's easy to strip out the default components.
He starts with the sample definitions of the
Gulp files, including some dependencies including Vue.js itself and the Vue Resource packages. He then shows a sample
app.js file to define the main part of the application and a matching
bootstrap.js with a bit of, well, bootstrapping for the application. Finally he creates the example component, runs yarn/gulp and updates a Blade template to lay out the main application