Frontend to SQL Lite..

  1. 5 weeks ago

    Tim L

    is not verified Jul 17 Southern Indiana. USA

    Hi Folks.
    I'm wondering what everyone uses for a FE to SQL lite? I realize of course we can use code, but I want to develop as if I'm using a Database manager. Then, use xojo to do crud operations with it's data tools.
    Any good FE's for SQL lite?
    Thanks
    Tim

    @Scott C SQLiteManager is very good (also built using Xojo, I believe).

    DataGrip from JetBrains also connects to SQLite.

    I use both. Hope that helps.

    Same here.

  2. Dave S

    Jul 17 San Diego, California USA

    Personally I love TADPOLE (full disclosure, I am the author as well)

    http://www.rdsisemore.com/tadpole/

  3. Scott C

    Jul 17 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Vancouver, Canada
    Edited 5 weeks ago

    SQLiteManager is very good (also built using Xojo, I believe).

    DataGrip from JetBrains also connects to SQLite.

    I use both. Hope that helps.

  4. James D

    Jul 17 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Answer Europe (Switzerland)

    @Scott C SQLiteManager is very good (also built using Xojo, I believe).

    DataGrip from JetBrains also connects to SQLite.

    I use both. Hope that helps.

    Same here.

  5. Markus W

    Jul 17 Pre-Release Testers #JeSuisHuman New Zealand, Auc...

    @Dave S Personally I love TADPOLE (full disclosure, I am the author as well)
    http://www.rdsisemore.com/tadpole/

    That the website isn’t functional after over half a year is … not a good first impression (and I seriously dislike that green duckfrog). Come on, Dave, you can get the basics (informative text with a few screenshots) done in a few hours, so get cracking … ;)

  6. Hans-Norbert G

    is not verified Jul 17 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro

    DataGrip

    @Dave
    Even not much on the page, I like the clean and smart style!

  7. Tomas J

    Jul 17 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (Germany)

    Navicat... one crossplatform tool to rule them all...

  8. Richard D

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (UK, London)

    @Scott C SQLiteManager is very good (also built using Xojo, I believe).

    use it for the last 14 years

  9. Edited 5 weeks ago

    SQLiteStudio

  10. Jean-Yves P

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (France, Besançon)

    make your own, you will learn a lot, and it will exactly fit your needs.
    -image-

  11. Horst J

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe, Germany, Stuttgart

    Open Source:
    https://sqlitebrowser.org/

    To pay:
    MesaSQLite

  12. Wayne G

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro New Zealand axisdirect.nz

    @Jean-YvesPochez make your own, you will learn a lot, and it will exactly fit your needs.

    @Dave S did this for you, but @Jean-YvesPochez makes a point.

  13. Emile S

    Jul 18 Europe (France, Strasbourg)

    and Jean-Luc is not alone doing so…

  14. Tomas J

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (Germany)
    Edited 5 weeks ago

    @Jean-YvesPochez this music list makes you more likeable, at least for me :-)

  15. Jean-Yves P

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (France, Besançon)
    Edited 5 weeks ago

    @Tomas J @Jean-YvesPochez this music list makes you more likeable, at least for me :-)

    you're talking about the music content or the user interface ? ;)

    music content is not mine, it's the chinook database ...

  16. John A

    Jul 18 Pre-Release Testers Las Vegas, Nevada

    You will need a Xojo based front end if you need to access Xojo encrypted databases.
    It is not compatible with the open source SQLCipher encryption.

  17. Richard D

    Jul 19 Pre-Release Testers, Xojo Pro Europe (UK, London)

    @John AKnight, Jr You will need a Xojo based front end if you need to access Xojo encrypted databases.
    It is not compatible with the open source SQLCipher encryption.

    SQLiteManager from SQLabs can handle xojo encrypted db

  18. Dave S

    Jul 19 San Diego, California USA

    @John AKnight, Jr You will need a Xojo based front end if you need to access Xojo encrypted databases.
    It is not compatible with the open source SQLCipher encryption.

    So can Tadpole :)

  19. Tim L

    is not verified Jul 19 Southern Indiana. USA

    Thanks everyone. Now I'll have to try each of them and see what I like best... :-)
    Thanks again. You folks rock.
    Tim

  20. Tim L

    is not verified Jul 19 Southern Indiana. USA

    Dave,
    Thanks for the link. Is it freeware or ? I just downloaded it, but didn't see any info? Thanks in advance.
    Tim

    @Dave S Personally I love TADPOLE (full disclosure, I am the author as well)

    http://www.rdsisemore.com/tadpole/

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