This is the Linux app named sqlite3 whose latest release can be downloaded as v5.0.2.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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Straightforward query and parameter binding interface. Full Buffer/Blob support. Extensive debugging support. Query serialization API. Extension support, including bundled support for the json1 extension. Big test suite, written in modern C++ and tested for memory leaks. Bundles SQLite3 3.32.3 as a fallback if the installing system doesn't include SQLite. The module uses node-pre-gyp to download a pre-compiled binary for your platform, if it exists. Otherwise, it uses node-gyp to build the extension. It is also possible to make your own build of sqlite3 from its source instead of its npm package. It is possible to use the installed package in node-webkit instead of the vanilla Node.js. See Building for node-webkit for details. The sqlite3 module depends only on libsqlite3. However, by default, an internal/bundled copy of sqlite will be built and statically linked, so an externally installed sqlite3 is not required.
- Works with Node.js v11.x, v12.x, v13.x and v14.x
- Works with Electron v6.0.x, v6.1.x, v7.0.x, v7.1.x, v8.0.x, v8.1.x and v8.2.x
- Binaries for most Node versions and platforms are provided by default via node-pre-gyp
- The sqlite3 module also works with node-webkit
- SQLite's SQLCipher extension is also supported
- It is also possible to make your own build of sqlite3
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/sqlite3.mirror/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.