Application-Specific Assets

Assets refer to the artwork, images and even audio or video that may be part of an application. Many images (like button icons) will stay the same from application to application. But some images (like logos and icons) will change. Assets that stay the same can simply be included as part of the template in the Template folder. Assets that need to change can be placed in the application-specific assets folder.

The Assets folder contains sub-folders; usually one for each application. For example, a suite of football applications may have folders like Assets\Broncos and Assets\Texans. The sub-folder is optional, but if found its contents will be copied over on top of the files already in the Working folder. This means that any file in the Assets\AppName tree will automatically replace any file in the Template tree.

Last edited Mar 6, 2012 at 8:36 PM by jaredbienz, version 2

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