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How do you structure your projects?

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This is my first post here and yes, this is my question.

You know, you've got a lot of information and well done projects in your background, but I always have a question in mind: What is the best folder structure for my web projects.

Example for my main folders:

My folders:
- Views
- Model
- Controllers
- Libs

This a very basic structure for a 3 MVC Architecture.

When I use STRUTS, I changed this a little, mainly in my Model folder:

- Model --> DTOs (my mapping class)
--> Services

So, if i got a Class Diagram with a class called Person, I do it:

Atribues goes by PersonDTO
Methods goes by PersonService (here, I put all the behavior for this artifact).

Oh well, a lot of words lol....so : How do you structure yout IT Projects?

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