The SQLITE extension is generally associated with files that contain SQLite databases.
SQLite is a relational database management system, contained in a relatively small library written in C, with approximately 275 kB.
SQLite is a public domain project, being a public domain serverless database management system for multiple platforms, used implicitly and / or standalone.
In its version 3, SQLITE allows databases of up to 2 Terabytes in size, making it quite wide in terms of variety of uses, and also allows the inclusion of BLOB-type fields.
A single SQLITE file contains the aforementioned database with all user data, including tables, indexes and definitions stored as data in the table.
SQLITE databases accept various types of data and are SQL compliant.
An SQLITE database cannot be opened simply by double clicking on it, instead it must be accessed with a SQLITE client application without the need for a database server.
The clearest example is the DB Browser for SQLite client, which is an open source visual tool for creating, designing, and editing SQLite-compatible database files.
DB Browser for SQLite is not a tool for entering SQLite database command lines, therefore it does not require knowledge of SQL commands.
Instead it is a tool to be used by both developers and end users, and should be as simple to use as possible to achieve the desired goals.
SQLITE database files can often have the extension DB.
For more information about how to work with SQLITE files, go to the following link:
If you downloaded a SQLITE file on Android device you can open it by following steps below:
To open SQLITE File on iOS device follow steps below:
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