React, Flux, GraphQL, Hack, HHVM...? All of this and more!
Laravel 5.3 sets you up with boilerplate to work with Vue straight out of the box. pic.twitter.com/L2T9LvCkZE— Laracasts (@laracasts) July 27, 2016
React and Angular 2 are still far behind of the instant gratification that lifted the framework into success years ago. Vue.js is amidst of larger changes as the first Beta of Vue.js 2.0.0 version was launched only some weeks ago, but the promise of simplicity continues to be the prime directive.
With many other popular PHP projects selecting Angular and React.js as their defacto project, the weight that Laravel brings to the table makes way for a third mainstream option. Vue.js has been used by at least PageKit, a modern PHP CMS before, but it's been a niche product compared to WordPress advocating for React and Drupal wooing Angular2.
This is great news for all front end developers as the duopoly of mindshare owned by Angular and React.js is shaken up. It will be interesting how this will affect the adoption of Vue.js for projects like October CMS that rely heavily on the front end for providing optimal user experience.
For background on the relationship of Laravel and Vue.js, see the slideset from Evan You from Laracon 2016:Tweet