I have a live Laravel app running. I have added vuejs to this app. How would I deploy this live on Digital Ocean?

I am running Ubuntu LAMP on 16.04 . Just looking for a simple tutorial on how to push to production.

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Issue solved. I had a file named incorrectly. The first letter was in caps, should have been in lowercase.

My Laravel app is already deployed to a droplet already . I ssh into Digital Ocean to deploy it and pull any new changes.

Here is a tutorial I used to get vuejs running in development. Laravel VueJS Tutorial Example From Scratch. In developement all works fine.

As of now I have used the following 2 tutorials and I get errors on installation. Deploy a VueJS App with DigitalOcea and How To Install Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

What I am looking for are instructions or a good tutorial on what I need to install and how on Digital ocean.

It sounds like you already have an application running, vuejs is simply static content that you can run alongside your Laravel app. How are you currently deploying your Laravel app?

If you haven’t deployed your Laravel app to a droplet yet, there are a few ways to go about it. One way is to use Ansible (there is a great tutorial here:

If you’re looking for a more manual solution, I’m a big fan of Shipit, which simply helps you clone a git repo on your server: