Now you should have everything you need installed on your box, so let's start looking around and see how Yii 2 is organized so that we will know where to put our hands when needed.
Remember, there's always a
README.md file you can consult: in the advanced application, it will show you the structure and use of the various directories.
By just listing the content of the root of the project, you will immediately spot a big difference:
$ tree -L 1 -d . ├── assets ├── commands ├── config ├── controllers ├── mail ├── models ├── runtime ├── tests ├── vendor ├── views └── web 11 directories
I've willingly excluded the files from the output of
tree and displayed only the directories.
It seems like all the content of what once ...