Get around to know and work with your SQLite database files with the help of this editor that offers both syntax and schema management features
SQLite database management sometimes can take more than users are willing to commit to, especially since most DBMSs are quite complex in nature. Considering the main components, structure, syntax and queries, editing and managing an SQLite database can be done with more minimalist, specialized apps, such as SQLite Express. It will offer users a centralized solution for handling SQLite databases with ease.
A clear layout that offers a good insight into the database contents and allows for quick entry editing
Having loaded their SQLite database file, users will be able to preview its contents with ease, and each particular record can be edited on-screen or selected for a more in-depth, individual editing.
Toggling through the different tables is also an easy task, thanks to a dedicated drop-down menu, which offers quick access to each entry. Although sporting ample information in the default viewing mode, it would have been interesting to see options for toggling other view types for the database content.
If database schema editing is required, a dedicated module will take care of that
Besides running queries and editing the actual table entries, the app also offers a module that is entirely focused on adjusting the database schema. A visual insight into the database structure is always welcomed and thanks to clear modules and checkboxes, customizing the records is fairly easy.
Although it presents a relatively accessible package, it is worthwhile to note that users will require at least some basic DBSM knowledge in order to work proficiently with the app.
Simplified DBMS for SQLite databases, which provides decent functionality and performance, considering its basic nature
SQLite Express is a fair choice for those who require a minimalist DBMS for their SQLite databases. Not overly complex, yet quite capable, it manages to provide a good blend between function and simplicity.
We at AppsForMyPC have tested and used SQLite Express and it worked pretty smoothly 🙂 🙂