How to install Vue in Wave V2


May 31, 04:39 PM

I am busy building an app using Wave V2 as my base, however I would like to add Vue. How can I do this in Wave v2?

Long explanation

I tried going the traditional laravel route by

composer require laravel/ui
php artisan ui vue

However this causes a problem with npm. The first time npm runs it will give a vulnerability warning on object-path. Then running npm audit fix will result in a new vulnerability warning for postcss. Running npm audit fix again results in the original error. These two errors then cycle back and forth without ever resolving. I have spent hours trying to resolve this, does anybody have any advice for me?

Edit: Is there a better way to create a dynamic app within Wave-v2? Before Wave I was building my own SAAS apps with Laravel 7 + Bootstrap 4 + Vue2. I took a break from Laravel during COVID and by the time I came back Laravel 8 was released and my skills were horribly outdated.

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June 1, 11:42 PM

Hi there,

The Laravel UI package is already shipped with Wave, so you don't have to run the composer require laravel/ui command. You can check this with the following command:

php artisan  | grep ui:

What you could do is manually install Vue with npm. You could follow the steps on how to do that without the UI package here.

Alternatively I could suggest checking out Laravel Livewire, it is pretty cool and easy to get started with.

I would recommend taking a look at this playlist on YouTube that shows how to build a SaaS from scratch with Livewire and Wave:

Build a SaaS for 30 minutes per day with Laravel Wave

Hope that this helps!


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