Manage, manipulate, and plot one or more SQLite databases and optionally import and export records to a CSV table
What is SQLite Manager?
"SQLite Manager" is an Edge add-on designed to provide an efficient and user-friendly platform for managing and manipulating SQLite databases. It offers users the ability to read, edit and manipulate records in these databases, with the added flexibility of working with multiple databases concurrently. The data is presented in a table format which can be plotted or exported in a CSV format. It comes with a sample SQLite database for practice and allows the creation of new databases in browser memory. It uses the WASM version of SQLite, thus eliminating the need for any native application. In addition, it features an internal plotting component that uses Chart.js to visualize data in pie, line, or donut formats. SQLite Manager is entirely safe and secure, operating offline with no data transmission to any servers.
With this extension, you can read, edit and manipulate records inside one or multiple SQLite databases. The extension displays records in a table format. You can plot these tables or export them in CSV format.
The extension has one sample SQLite database in case you need to play with SQLite statements. Also, you can create one or multiple new databases in your browser memory to start from scratch.
This extension mixes Mathematica liked environment with NC to have multiple computational regions to run statements on different databases in a single window.
There is an internal plotting component that uses "Chart.js" to plot your records in "pie", "donut", or "line" formats.
It is possible to drop a database to the interface to start working with it or inspecting the table structure.
This extension uses the latest compiled version of SQLite so it is compatible with the latest official statements.
This extension works completely offline. There is no data sent or receive from any server whatsoever.
SQLite Manager is relatively safe to use as it requires very minimum permissions.
SQLite Manager has earned a fairly good reputation and likely can be trusted.