architecture_cli is a command-line interface tool that generates folder structures for different software architecture patterns in Dart. It provides guidelines for each folder's intended purpose to promote good design and separation of concerns.

Note: If the 'lib' directory exists, the architecture will be created inside the 'lib', otherwise it will be created in the root directory.

Supported Architectures

architecture_cli currently supports the following software architecture patterns:

  • MVC (Model-View-Controller)
  • MVVM (Model-View-ViewModel)
  • MVP (Model-View-Presenter)
  • Clean Architecture
  • Provider Architecture
  • GetX Architecture
  • BLoC (Business Logic Component) Architecture
  • BLoC only structure


You can install architecture_cli from by running the following command:

dart pub global activate architecture_cli


To create a new architecture structure, run the following command:

architecture_cli --create [name]
  • Alternatively, you can use the following commands:
folder_cli --create [name]
arch_cli --create [name]

Where name is the name of the desired architecture pattern. For Example:

architecture_cli --create mvc

After generating the architecture structure, you will find a Markdown file in the generated folder structure that provides guidelines for each folder's intended purpose.


Here are some examples of the commands you can use to generate different architecture patterns:

  • Generate a GetX architecture structure:
architecture_cli --create getx
  • Generate a Clean Architecture structure:
architecture_cli --create clean_architecture
  • Generate an MVP architecture structure:
architecture_cli --create mvp
  • Generate a Provider architecture structure:
architecture_cli --create provider
  • Generate a BLoC structure:
architecture_cli --create bloc
  • Generate a BLoC App structure:
architecture_cli --create bloc_app


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