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I switched from vue to react as it allows me to include js directly inside the blade file and I don't have to add it to view unnecessarily complicated. Search google for it (php artisan preset react).
As long as you don't need vue explicitly, why not do the same ;) but test this first on a test environment and then move to production, before you mess up your application. Several files you might already have customized could get replaced (like e.g. auth blade templates)!
Btw @aurawindsurfing : Thank you so much for this simple list of how to include external stuff when you actually have vue active!! Immediately saved this info for future projects that might come up. I was looking everywhere for days for this simple information as I'm not familiar with vue at all (yet).