Some frameworks are opinionated and some aren't so it depends if you are going to end up fighting conventions or not.  I think just about any framework with an MVC design pattern will group like code/objects together and I even do that for my RPG stuff (which has no opinion).  Node itself I don't think cares about structure.  It is what ever is familiar to you, but in most cases my guess is that you'll follow either a logical grouping of like code:

/Model

/View

/Controller

Or use a naming convention:  model1.js, view1.js, controller1.js under a single folder.  My Java and Rails projects follow the convention above; A structured, opinionated layout.  My Node projects follow the latter unless they use a framework that has it's own opinionated structure.

I'd say with complex apps, MVC by folder groupings may be easier.  For small apps I'd keep it simple....

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On 1/11/2018 12:20 PM, Justin Taylor wrote:
Are there standards for how Node code should be organized? I scaffold'd an Express app for R&D, and it gave me a dir structure. I'm just not sure where my various bits of code should go.

Thanks


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