Laravel with Turbolinks js
In layman’s words, when you click on a link in your web page Turbolinks js swap the <body> and fetch the other page and merges its <head>, without reloading its page. You don’t have to concerned about the performance while using the Turbolinks js as it
Working with Turbolinks js, you don’t need any co-operation from the server side. It responds with full HTML pages, not partial page fragments or JSON. You also don’t need to annotate links or specify which parts of the page should change.
To add the Turbolinks into your Laravel application, just add the following code into your Master layout file to be applied on all the pages. I have wriiten a sample code file for you as an example.
<!-- resources/layout.blade.php -->
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=edge">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1">
Turbolinks works in all modern desktop and mobile browsers. It depends on the HTML5 History API and Window.requestAnimationFrame. In unsupported browsers, Turbolinks gracefully degrades to standard navigation. Hope this was helpful for you it was just a short brief about the Turbolinks, You can find full documentation Here.
Cheers ! Happy Coding