If you use Vue 2 with laravel, there is a big chance that you will need create a form validation, this is simple task if you use Vee-Validate:
Install with npm
npm install vee-validate --save
Import vee-validate inside your component
import VeeValidate from 'vee-validate'; Vue.use(VeeValidate)
Use vee-validate tags inside the inputs that you need validate, in this example I show you how to make a input required, you need to set a name and write the rules as a string like you use in Laravel Validate. Remember to use DOUBLE quotes to open v-validate tag and use SINGLE quotes to write the string .
I’m using v-validate.initial because I need that this input be checked as soon as the page is loaded, if you don’t you .initial, this validation will be checked when the input lose focus.
<input type="text" v-model="userName" name="userName" v-validate.initial="'required'" > <button :disabled="errors.has('userName')" >
Read vee-validate documentation to list all rules and methods available.