sqlitebrowser

GUI editor for SQLite databases
  http://sqlitebrowser.org/
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SQLite Database Browser is a visual tool used to create, design and edit database files compatible with SQLite. Its interface is based on QT, and is meant to be used for users and developers that want to create databases, edit and search data using a familiar spreadsheet-like interface, without the need to learn complicated SQL commands. Controls and wizards are available for users to:
- Create and compact database files
- Create, define, modify and delete tables
- Create, define and delete indexes
- Browse, edit, add and delete records
- Search records
- Import and export records as text
- Import and export tables from/to CSV files
- Import and export databases from/to SQL dump files
- Issue SQL queries and inspect the results
- Examine a log of all SQL commands issued by the application
SQLite Database Browser is not a visual shell for the sqlite command line tool. It does not require familiarity with SQL commands.
Latest reviews
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dflourusso 2 months ago

Excelent

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lib2know 3 years ago

would be better if the different views could be arranged next to each other (instead of hiding each other))

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DocZen 4 years ago

Excellent

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zbyna 4 years ago

Renamed to: DB Browser for SQLite http://sqlitebrowser.org/ possible install with qmake in Mint 17 KDE, runs without problems

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wapvie07 4 years ago

Version 2.0.0. is very outdated - at sqlitebrowser.org Version 3.3.1+ is available (and runs with Mint17)

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bahrampc 5 years ago

like

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romcoskk 5 years ago

good

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josefg 5 years ago

Very handy little tool. Allows me to read config files of many different softwares, like firefox and skype.

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bugz 8 years ago

Quite cozy editor, but it's a bit annoying that 1) actions like change cell needs to be done via mouse click 2) rows addition to existing table goes into reverse order (last added column appears first)

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silvergeko 8 years ago

indispensable software

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pbmuk 8 years ago

Nice. Not quite as many options as SQLiteMan but simpler and better suited to a smaller screen