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    Default Answered: Generate app in cmd 4 with touch 2.3 creates app.form directory

    Creating a new app with cmd creates an app/form directory. I don't see anything in the docs about it. Is the direction to start using this directory for form views, or is this intended for something else entirely? Thanks.

  2. Yes that is the intended purpose. The readme file in the folder confirms this.

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    Yes that is the intended purpose. The readme file in the folder confirms this.
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    I'm not trying to be difficult, but is there any more documentation on the reasoning for this change beyond "This folder contains the forms"? Am I doing myself a disservice keeping forms in the views folder? Are there advantages beyond purely organizational? Thanks.

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    No this is purely organizational.
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