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Recommanded directory structure?

 
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Hi, I have worked on some web project and "try" to follow the recommended directory structuring for creating apps. I am now looking forward to do some desktop (swing) apps and was wondering if the directory structure is similar?

here is an artical "Java Blueprints Guidelines" but it's seems to be for web project. http://java.sun.com/blueprints/code/projectconventions.html

I figure it's probably the same, but just wondering if some of expert can give some suggestion /input.

thank you! this is a great place to learn!

Robert
 
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I would say you can follow pretty much the same if not exactly the same guidelines. I would also say that I am definitely not an expert. This seems more a general Java question better suited for the Intermediate forum though as it really has nothing to with Swing, but Java in general.
 
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thanks Ken, I think I should post in Java General... but I was thinking for Desktop application, that was why I post here. perhaps the admin can help me move this post? didn't want to repeat post.


Originally posted by Ken Blair:
I would say you can follow pretty much the same if not exactly the same guidelines. I would also say that I am definitely not an expert. This seems more a general Java question better suited for the Intermediate forum though as it really has nothing to with Swing, but Java in general.

 
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