--inertia flag offers an optional frontend implementation that scaffolds Inertia.js, Vue, and PHP code you'll need to get started:
# New option to use Intertia php artisan breeze:install --inertia npm install npm run dev # Default Breeze install uses blade templates php artisan breeze:install
If you'd like to learn more, I'd suggest starting a new Laravel app and installing breeze with the
--inertia flag. If you're curious, you can see all the stubs copied into your project during a
breeze install. Stubs include configuration for Tailwind, Webpack, Laravel routes, all the JS you'll need for authentication views, and controllers.
You can see the details of this feature by checking out Pull Request #44 to the laravel/breeze repo. It's also worth reemphasizing that all of this scaffolding is optional. Laravel doesn't require that you use Inertia, Tailwind, or any other tool.