Adds a easy route macro to display a Vue.js component

v0.1.1-alpha 2019-02-04 03:23 UTC

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Laravel Vue.js Route is a macro added onto the Route class to make loading a Vue.js component as the whole view simple.

Inspired by Route::view(), which returns a blade view bypassing a controller, The Route::vue() function will, by default, load a specified Vue.js component into the default layout's content section.


You can install the package via composer:

composer require vmitchell85/vue-route


After installing the package via composer you can just call the new vue macro from the Route facade.

Route::vue('/my-route-path', 'users-index');

The macro automatically assumes you want to use the layouts.app layout file and injects the Vue.js component into the content section.

If you would like to specify the layout file and/or section you want to use additional parameters can be added:

Route::vue('/my-route-path', 'users-index', 'layouts.fancy', 'body');


Please see CONTRIBUTING for details.



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