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I have a Drupal 7 website and wish to develop a mobile app for it. I have successfully installed Drupalgap. I am trying to run the Hello World sample app described in the Drupalgap 7 docs. The instructions say to create a custom module and place it in the app/modules/custom/my_module folder. The problem is that I don't have an "app" folder anywhere. What am I missing? Thanks for any insights.

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    Substitute "app" for "/path/to/Drupal" - it just represents the root of your Drupal installation – Clive Mar 1 '17 at 21:14
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    Go to the Mobile-application folder in your setup and check the folders. – Karuna Mar 2 '17 at 7:31
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    @Clive, the app folder is typically located within the "mobile-application" directory, not the Drupal root, so a typical path to the app folder would be /var/www/[drupal-root]/mobile-application/app – tyler.frankenstein Mar 2 '17 at 14:07
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The app folder is in the folder mobile-application

  1. Root folder drupal
    • mobile-application
      • app
        • modules
          • custom
            • my_module

Drupalgap folder structure

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  1. Go to the admin/config/services/drupalgap. In this mobile-application is the folder where your app is running.

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  1. Go to the drupal project folder. "var/www/html/drupal/mobile-application" In this directory app folder is exist
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If you have not change anything and go to the DrupalGap module configuration and installed the SDK then you will get the app folder in root inside mobile-application folder.

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