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After creation, your project should look like this:
├── 📁 node_modules
├── 📄 package.json
└── 📄 README.md
Looks empty, isn't it? Well, that is because we haven't installed Magento 2 yet.
To install Magento 2 you need to bootstrap the project with start command.
After Magento 2 installation folder structure should look
├── 📁 app
├── 📁 bin
├── 📁 dev
├── 📁 generated
├── 📁 lib
├── 📁 node_modules
| ├── 📁 .create-magento-app-cache
| | ├── 📁 nginx
| | | └── 📁 conf.d
| | | └── 📄 default.conf
| | ├── 📁 ssl-terminator
| | | └── 📁 conf.d
| | | └── 📄 default.conf
| | ├── 📁 varnish
| | | └── 📄 default.vcl
| | ├── 📄 port-config.json
| | ├── 📄 php-fpm.conf
| | ├── 📄 php.ini
| | ├── 📄 mariadb.cnf
| | └── 📄 .magentorc
| ... 📁 other packages
├── 📁 phpserver
├── 📁 pub
├── 📁 setup
├── 📁 var
├── 📁 vendor
├── 📄 ... Magento 2 files
├── 📄 cma.js
├── 📄 package.json
└── 📄 README.md
Inside node_modules there is .create-magento-app-cache folder. It contains all configuration files:
  • PHP-FPM configuration file.
  • PHP configuration file.
  • Nginx configuration file.
  • SSL-Terminator (Nginx) configuration file.
  • Varnish configuration file.
  • MariaDB configuration file.
  • CLI configuration file.
  • Port configuration file.
In your projects root directory also will be created cma.js file that contains CMA configuration: Magento configuration, Docker services configuration, host and SSL configuration.
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