In a new tutorial on his site Matt Stauffer shows how to remove the Vue.js dependencies from a standard Laravel installation. There's only a few but they're installed by default and if you're not using Vue.js they can easily be removed.
The recent versions of Laravel have come with some very minor Vue dependencies out of the box. They're easy to remove, but you may have not actually tried that yet, or you might be worried you're going to leave something sitting there. So, here's a quick tip on how to remove all Vue dependencies in a new Laravel install in a few easy steps.
The process is broken down into a few steps:
- Install Laravel
- Drop Vue from package.json
- Drop the bootstrap and the sample component
The changes you'll need to make to the configuration files are included so the removal process is pretty painless.