While there is no one “correct” folder structure for a ReactJS project, here is a commonly used structure:
my-app/ node_modules/ public/ index.html favicon.ico src/ components/ MyComponent.js MyOtherComponent.js App.js index.js package.json package-lock.json
Here’s what each folder/file represents:
node_modules: This folder contains all the dependencies for the project, including ReactJS and any other libraries that you’ve installed using npm.
public: This folder contains any static assets that will be served directly by the web server, such as
index.html, images, or stylesheets. The
index.htmlfile is the main entry point of your ReactJS application.
src: This folder contains all the source code for your application. The
componentsfolder contains reusable components that are used in the main
index.jsfile is the main entry point for the ReactJS application.
package.json: This file contains information about the project, including its name, version, and dependencies.
package-lock.json: This file is used to lock the versions of your dependencies so that your project will always use the same versions of your dependencies, even if newer versions are available.
This folder structure is just an example and you can adjust it to your needs.