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How can I tell Laravel-5 which Javascript files I want to include in a template.

For example, I have my Controller with something like this:

return view('butchery', ['locations' => $locations, 'classTypes' => $classTypes]);

I have my butchery.blade.php template with my html:

<!-- html here -->

...and I have my app.blade.php container template with all my javascript files at the bottom. If I didn't want to include one of the javascript files in my view, how would I do that?


<!--[if IE 8]><html class="ie8"> <![endif]-->
<!--[if gt IE 8]><!--><html><!--<![endif]-->

<script src="/js/mobile-menu.js"></script>
<!-- apply voucher code --> 
<script src="/js/voucher-apply.js"></script>

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