Yeah you can use quasar UMD/standalone. Look up https://v1.quasar-framework.org/start/umd.
But I sure you quasar cli. Is a great experience, you won’t regret it
According to the release note.
One last and major goal of Quasar 1.0’s component rework was to reduce the complexity of the components themselves. For instance, instead of having a QSearch and QAutocomplete, we now have only QSelect.
As for the QInput, you can find it in form component.
You already have everything you need.
Use laravel as a back-end api and quasar as front-end. And you can deploy spa, pwa, mobile(android,iOS, many more ), windows app and what ever you can think of.
I can show you how to, if you want extra direction.