Rikulo Stream is a Dart web server supporting URI mapping, template engine, file-based static resources and MVC design pattern.


Add this to your pubspec.yaml (or create it):


Then, If you’re using Dart Editor, select “Pub Install” from the “Tools” menu. If you’re rocking the command line, do:

pub install

For more information, please refer to Pub: Getting Started.

Configure Dart Editor to Compile Templates Automatically

RSP (Rikulo Stream Page) is the template engine allowing developers to create dynamically generated web pages based on HTML, XML or other document types.

To compile RSP files into Dart files automatically, you can add a build.dart file in the root directory of your project, with the following content:

import 'package:stream/rspc.dart' show build;

void main(List<String> arguments) {

Explore Examples

To explore the examples, you can browser the source code directly on Stream's Git repository here.

To run the examples, you can either click here to download the source code, or run git to clone the Git repository to your local drive as follows.

git clone git://github.com/rikulo/stream.git

Then, you can start the server by running main.dart in the example you'd like to test. For example, you can start the Hello MVC example as follows.

dart example/hello-mvc/webapp/main.dart

After started, you can visit http://localhost:8080 to see the example.

  • Hello Static Resources demonstrates how to use file-based static resources.
  • Hello Ajax Contents demonstrates how to generate dynamic contents in response to Ajax requests sent from a Dart program running at the client.
  • Hello RSP demonstrates how to use RSP pages.
  • Hello MVC demonstrates how to apply MVC design pattern.
  • Hello Templating demonstrates how to apply the Composite View pattern for sharing layouts.