This depends on the shared server we are talking about. Laravel can be installed on a shared server, but vue will depend on the type of vue you are using.@limistah should be able to help you here, he is the certified vue/react expert here.
Thanks @dhtml for responding...I don't have issues deploying laravel web app...what I have worked on is a web app that contains both Laravel and VueJs (Laravel Mix) not just vues.js library
You are welcome, in that case, you need to have node/npm installed on the server. Following this step - https://laravel.com/docs/5.7/mixIf your shared server does not have node, then it wont work.
This is not an issue with Vue it is an issue with deploying Laravel to a shared server. As ling as your assets are bundled and referenced properly, you have no issue serving them other than making the Laravel setup work for you.
You can try this out: Setup Laravel on a shared hosting by Dev.to (written by a Nigerian, Abednego Edet)
You are welcome, PDO is standard stuff for php these days, especially as more recent versions have phased out mysql plugin.I believe you should be able to request for your host to provide this ASAP.
Already on that sir...thank you
If you don't know how to manually setup Laravel on a server, then I would recommend you to use Cloudways platform. Using this platform, you can deploy Laravel to server in just few minutes. There is no need to perform any manual work.
That is very interesting and cool too
thanks @Olidev I have already solved this issue
How did you solve the said issue?
I built the web app using production mode and deployed it excluding the node modules folder.
oh i see, interesting
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