Laravel Vue .js Work Properly- How to run vue js call from Resource Asset Js


Laravel Mix provides a fluent API for defining Webpack build steps for your Laravel application using several common CSS and JavaScript pre-processors. Through simple method chaining, you can fluently define your asset pipeline.

For example: open ( root/ webpack.mix.js) and look bellow –

If you’ve ever been confused and overwhelmed about getting started with Webpack and asset compilation, you will love Laravel Mix. However, you are not required to use it while developing your application. Of course, you are free to use any asset pipeline tool you wish, or even none at all.
Installation & Setup
Installing Node
Before triggering Mix, you must first ensure that Node.js and NPM are installed on your machine.

By default, Laravel Homestead includes everything you need; however, if you aren’t using Vagrant, then you can easily install the latest version of Node and NPM using simple graphical installers.
Laravel Mix
The only remaining step is to install Laravel Mix. Within a fresh installation of Laravel, you’ll find a package.json file in the root of your directory structure. The default package.json file includes everything you need to get started. Think of this like your composer.json file, except it defines Node dependencies instead of PHP. You may install the dependencies it references by running:

Running Mix
Mix is a configuration layer on top of Webpack, so to run your Mix tasks you only need to execute one of the NPM scripts that is included with the default Laravel package.json file:

// Run all Mix tasks and minify output…

Watching Assets For Changes
The npm run watch command will continue running in your terminal and watch all relevant files for changes. Webpack will then automatically recompile your assets when it detects a change:

You may find that in certain environments Webpack isn’t updating when your files change. If this is the case on your system, consider using the watch-poll command: