Basic Usage

mix.js('src/app.js', 'dist/app.js');

With a single method call, Laravel Mix allows you to trigger a variety of powerful actions.

  • Compile the latest JavaScript syntax.
  • Trigger hot module replacement (via the npx mix watch --hot command).
  • Enable tree-shaking (where supported) for smaller builds.
  • Automatically optimizate and minify, when building for production (npx mix --production).
let mix = require('laravel-mix');

// 1. Compile src/app.js to dist/app.js
mix.js('src/app.js', 'dist');

// 2. Compile src/app.js to dist/foo.js
mix.js('src/app.js', 'dist/foo.js');

// 3. Merge and compile multiple scripts to dist/app.js
mix.js(['src/app.js', 'src/another.js'], 'dist/app.js');

// 4. Compile src/app.js to dist/app.js and src/forum.js to dist/forum.js
mix.js('src/app.js', 'dist/').js('src/forum.js', 'dist/');

Typescript Support

Laravel Mix also ships with basic Typescript support. Simply update your mix.js() call to mix.ts(), and then use the exact same set of arguments.

mix.ts('src/app.ts', 'dist');

Of course, you'll still want to handle any TypeScript-specific tweeks like creating a tsconfig.json file and installing DefinitelyTyped, but everything else should be taken care of.