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SQLite is an open-source database.https://dudodiprj2sv7.cloudfront.net/product-logos/AD/BQ/9H5FVLWHM31T.jpegWith Great Power Comes Great ResponsibilitySQLite is used by the R&D department. SQLite is the database engine we have chosen to handle data from the measurement device we developed, which runs an embedded Linux.,Our products are using SQLite in embedded Linux and in Windows software. It is truly a stable cross-platform database. The fact that it is a zero-configuration database engine, it is particularly a nice advantage when you work in the embedded world. Being a single database file, it provides ease for those who need to quickly transfer data to someone else, or quickly browse data.,We experienced a problem due to a bug in the Linux library of SQLite. All devices we already sold to our customers were impacted. We could solve it by deploying the new library version which included the fix. But as always, a piece of software is always better if it's bugs free.,8,We could start immediately to work with SQLite. It's very easy. The document is well done and easy to find. Having such good database system, free of charge and for any purpose is good news.,ms access, MySQL and PostgreSQL,Visual Studio IDE, Eclipse, Microsoft Office 2016, Microsoft Office 365,Self-taught,SQLite is very easy to learn for those who have knowledge of SQL language. The documentation is well done and easy to find. There is a vast community of SQLite users, so you can find all extra information you may need in a lot of forums. SQLite doesn't require any configuration so you can immediately start your work with it.,10,No - there is no facility to customize the interface,No - we have not done any custom code,We integrated SQLite to an embedded Linux for the measurement devices we developed We integrated SQLite to C# Windows applications,10SQLite — First choice every timeSQLite provides a quick and easily accessible means to store data on the local mobile device. Because of it's broad inclusion in various devices, I can be sure of it's availability. When debugging applications, I can reliably get access to the contents of the file with a variety of available applications.,SQLite is readily available. It has been included with iOS for as long as there's been a way for 3rd party developers to write apps for it. SQLite is small. When you think about the original iPhone and how little RAM it had, it's inclusion of SQLite is a testament to how little SQLite requires to work properly. SQLite is fast. I've never had issues with the speed of data retrieval while using this product. When I think of local storage when creating an iOS app, the first thing I turn to is SQLite.,Better data recovery when the database becomes corrupt would be ideal. I've learned to minimize it by closing the database more frequently, but it can still happen. Lack of built-in data encryption. SQLite is a single-user DBMS. If a multi-user system is required, then an alternative is required.,9,SQLite's market penetration provided a means to bring our product to market quickly. Ease of use let us focus on the product development without needing to learn a large API. Free applications let us design our schema without fuss.,ValentinaSQLite Great Start to your business!It was being used for low scale data storage. It was easy to use and integrate to our application which made it the best choice.,SQLite is in the public domain and does not require a license making it perfect for smaller startups. A lot of documentation available which will make training developers new to SQLite transition easily,Public code makes it more accessible however it makes it more vulnerable to possible attacks Not as easy to scale into a larger application compared to Microsoft Sql Management Studio,5,Documentation makes it easy to train new developers into the stack Calls are efficient and quick if properly structured,microsoft sql server management studio,Visual Studio.NET, Microsoft SQL Server
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April 11, 2018

SQLite Review: "With Great Power Comes Great Responsibility"

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SQLite is used by the R&D department.
SQLite is the database engine we have chosen to handle data from the measurement device we developed, which runs an embedded Linux.
  • Our products are using SQLite in embedded Linux and in Windows software.
  • It is truly a stable cross-platform database.
  • The fact that it is a zero-configuration database engine, it is particularly a nice advantage when you work in the embedded world.
  • Being a single database file, it provides ease for those who need to quickly transfer data to someone else, or quickly browse data.
  • We experienced a problem due to a bug in the Linux library of SQLite.
  • All devices we already sold to our customers were impacted.
  • We could solve it by deploying the new library version which included the fix.
  • But as always, a piece of software is always better if it's bugs free.
I recommend the use of SQLite for embedded systems.
If you need to store a large amount of data, store blobs, use triggers, handle multiple accesses at the same time, and need to optimize indexes, then I would recommend using another database system.
SQLite should also be considered if the installation/configuration of a heavier database system is a problem.
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August 08, 2016

User Review: "SQLite — First choice every time"

Score 9 out of 10
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SQLite provides a quick and easily accessible means to store data on the local mobile device. Because of it's broad inclusion in various devices, I can be sure of it's availability. When debugging applications, I can reliably get access to the contents of the file with a variety of available applications.
  • SQLite is readily available. It has been included with iOS for as long as there's been a way for 3rd party developers to write apps for it.
  • SQLite is small. When you think about the original iPhone and how little RAM it had, it's inclusion of SQLite is a testament to how little SQLite requires to work properly.
  • SQLite is fast. I've never had issues with the speed of data retrieval while using this product. When I think of local storage when creating an iOS app, the first thing I turn to is SQLite.
  • Better data recovery when the database becomes corrupt would be ideal. I've learned to minimize it by closing the database more frequently, but it can still happen.
  • Lack of built-in data encryption.
  • SQLite is a single-user DBMS. If a multi-user system is required, then an alternative is required.
Most situations for local data storage can be easily handled by SQLite. If data encryption is needed, there are special builds available. Moving beyond the mobile space, SQLite is not designed for extremely large quantities of data or multi-user . Special consideration should be made of how much data is expected over the life of the product use. It is also not designed for simultaneous multi-user access.
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January 20, 2016

User Review: "SQLite Great Start to your business!"

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It was being used for low scale data storage. It was easy to use and integrate to our application which made it the best choice.
  • SQLite is in the public domain and does not require a license making it perfect for smaller startups.
  • A lot of documentation available which will make training developers new to SQLite transition easily
  • Public code makes it more accessible however it makes it more vulnerable to possible attacks
  • Not as easy to scale into a larger application compared to Microsoft Sql Management Studio
It's more suited for a start up on a budget since it presents a very good solution for data storage, maintenance and allows database engineers to structure the tables more efficiently and with scalability in mind.

I would say it's less appropriate for bigger companies and firms with a more lax budget. I currently use Microsoft SQL Server management studio and the main reason why we use it is because of its security.
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