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Replied to Noob Help
Don't think it's related to the reboot itself. Most likely related to browser caching an old version of the file app.js.
Replied to Noob Help
Probably you are not loading the app.js file.
console.log('hi app.js'); in the first line of your app.js file, see if you get it in the console before the Vue error.
Replied to Access V-model String
Don't think you can do it without a prop.
As I understand it, the component doesn't know about
form.email variable, he only get's the value of it from the parent.
Replied to How To Get All Records Not In A Pivot Table?
You should take a look at "Querying Relationship Absence" under https://laravel.com/docs/5.5/eloquent-relationships
I think this is exactly what you are looking for.
Replied to Connecting Laravel To Sqlite In Laravel 5.2
I think most noobs would encounter the same problem i did (Over and over again). Yes it's fine to just change in the .env file: DB_CONNECTION=sqlite Because Laravel will check first the .env file and only if it can't find anything it will go check it the config\database.php for the default.
But !, When you make the change in the .env file, make sure to reopen the app (close the app (CTRL+C) and reopen it with "php artisan serve") because this is when the app will check the .env file again. This is the only thing that will make your changes to take effect.