Most Software platforms and IDES do not provide a database schema for SQLite database, they force you to create and manage database programmatically. This tends to be tedious and time-consuming.
Under this article, am going to illustrate one the easiest ways of managing SQLite database with an interface on a computer without a browser extension.
The main aim of this tutorial is to learn how to create SQLite databases and manage them without having to write a single code or using boring browser extensions which keep locking database connections.
How to Manage the SQLite Database on Windows with an Interface
To manage SQLite databases, I usually use a pretty lightweight software called DB Browser for SQLite. A while ago I wrote an article on everything you need to know about DB Browser for SQLite, it was a tutorial illustrating how you can use this software to manage your SQLite databases.
Db Browser for SQLite is a standalone open-source application used to create, design and edit database files compatible with SQLite database. One of the pros for Db Browser for SQLite, it’s developed for both users and developers who want to manage SQLite databases. You don’t need to be a developer, everything from creating to distributing is done by this software
Following is a list of things you can do with Db Browser for SQLite
- Create Compact Database files
- Create, define, modify and delete database tables
- Create define and delete indexes
- Add, edit, delete and browse Records (tables)
- Search for Records
- Import records to text files
- Import/ Export tables to/from CSV files
For more information on how to manage SQLite database see this tutorial
Db Browser for SQLite is available for Windows, MAC, Linux, and many more operating systems. You can grab the right version of your OS on Db browser for SQLite download page