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Welcome to Alloy. Prepare to be amazed. ======================================== Titanium Alloys are metals which contain a mixture of Titanium and other chemical elements. Such Alloys have very high tensile strength and toughness (even at extreme temperatures). They are light weight, have extraordinary corrosion resistance and the ability to withstand extreme temperatures . Alloy for Titanium provides you, the developer, with the ability to run fast, jump high and general code like an amazing superstar. Codestrong!  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Titanium_alloy ------------------------- Now to the serious stuff. ------------------------- Here's how your Alloy directory is laid out. models your model files go here controllers your controllers files go here views yep, the views go here. you're getting it. assets place your images, sound files, etc here. They will be deployed into Resources. migrations your migrations go here. generate these. don't do these by hand. styles your stylesheets for your views go here. Folders not generated by Alloy automatically, but the developer can create and use. lib put your own libraries here and use require('name') to load it vendor place any third-party libraries you use and reference require('vendor/<name>') Also, in the root is the alloy.jmk file and config.json. Alloy.jmk acts like a makefile and can be used to hook into the Alloy compiler to customize the build process. The config.json file is where you can declare runtime contstants.