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Liquidart is a modern Dart HTTP server framework. The framework is composed of libraries for handling and routing HTTP requests, object-relational mapping (ORM), authentication and authorization (OAuth 2.0 provider) and documentation (OpenAPI). These libraries are used to build scalable REST APIs that run on the Dart VM.

If this is your first time viewing Liquidart, check out the tour.

Getting Started

  1. Install Dart.

  2. Activate Liquidart

     pub global activate liquidart
  3. Create a new project.

     liquidart create my_project

Open the project directory in IntelliJ IDE, Atom or Visual Studio Code. All three IDEs have a Dart plugin. For IntelliJ IDEA users, there are file and code templates for Liquidart.

Tutorials, Documentation and Examples

Step-by-step tutorials for beginners are available here.

You can find the API reference here or you can install it in Dash.

You can find in-depth and conceptual guides here.

An ever-expanding repository of Liquidart examples is here.

If you are migrating from Liquidart 2.5 to Liquidart 3.0, see the migration guide.


The core libraries of the liquidart framework.
Library for implementing OAuth 2.0 storage using ManagedObjects.