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- Gesamt 4.5 / 5
- Benutzerfreundlichkeit 4.5 / 5
- Kundenservice 3.5 / 5
- Funktionen 4 / 5
- Preis-Leistungs-Verhältnis 4.5 / 5
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Die hilfreichsten Reviews für SQLite
Bewertet am 22.3.2019
Perfect database tool for embedded software
Kommentare: I work a lot with SQLite as it is the primary medium of local storage in Android devices (and by extension, Android applications) which I work with on a daily basis, and SQLite is just perfect for the purpose it serves on these devices. It's lightweight so you don't have to worry most times about how much of the user's storage space your database is going to take up. There's not much difference between the standard SQL commands and those used in SQLite, and many have reported that SQLite is a good starting and training resource for SQL in general.
Doesn't need a separate server.
Lightweight and portable.
Integrates most of the commands, functions and syntax of other SQL software.
Optimized for use on devices that need to store data locally.
Large user base and community (support).
Nachteile: All operations are locked to a single process, so it's not suitable for large scale database operations (which is not what you should be doing locally on a device anyway).
Bewertet am 8.11.2018
Easy to become a problem
Kommentare: On a Windows Forms app we used to query services thousand times for data that does not change so frequently. We also had to store some business information (imagine as storing a wizard progress) and that used to be handled using TXT files (and it was a mess). We changed to SQLite and it worked almost like a charm but as the app grew and we decided to create an architecture similar to Google Chrome (multiple processes) it became a major problem for all of them to both read and write at it (we had to create a proxy app to write).
Vorteile: Integrates nicely with .NET (specially Windows Forms) applications, it's really easy to use (specially if you're already familiar with SQL Server) and deployment is really easy (copy/paste required files).
Nachteile: It's locking architecture enables only a single process to write at a time so building a more complex application may cause hard-to-solve problems.