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Hello @gokudomatic

I think the most easy way to start is with a Starter Kit, see:

By default the latest Laravel versions use Vite (see: for more information)

I don't have experience with Typescript but I see it mentioned on the Vite documentation so I suspect you can use it.


I just started a new project and following this tutorial:

It's a bit old but installing the latest I got Vite and not Webpack.

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