Bug tracker: Create the folder structure

After you Bug tracker: Create the project, you need to create a folder structure for the project. Thus, the classes and the MVC controllers, views, and models are ordered. Since this sample demonstrates how to configure your app to use MVC areas, you create an Areas folder to store the BugTracker project itself, which the MVC area you register with the Area registration class.

Create the following folder structure:

  • Areas
    • BugTracker
      • Controllers
        In this folder you place your controller classes.
      • Model
        In this folder you place your model classes.
      • Views
        In this folder you place all of your views. They are categorized by the controller that they are used by.
      • Bug
        In this folder you place the views related to the Bug content type.
      • Project
        In this folder you place the views related to the Project content type.
      • Shared
        In this folder you place views that are shared between the other views. For example, the layout view must be placed here.

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