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   SQLiteStudio is a SQLite database manager with the following features:
  • Single executable file - no need to install or uninstall. Binary distribution is just the single, ready to use file.
  • Intuitive interface,
  • All SQLite3 and SQLite2 features wrapped within simple GUI,
  • Cross-platform - runs on Windows 9x/2k/XP/2003/Vista/7, Linux, MacOS X, Solaris, FreeBSD and should work on other Unixes (not tested yet).
  • Localizations, currently translated to: English, Polish, Spanish, German, Russian, Japanese, Italian, Dutch, Chinese,
  • Exporting to various formats (SQL statements, CSV, HTML, XML, PDF, JSON, dBase),
  • Importing data from various formats (CSV, dBase, custom text files [regular expressions]),
  • Numerous small additions, like formatting code, history of queries executed in editor windows, on-the-fly syntax checking, and more,
  • UTF-8 support,
  • skinnable (interface can look native for Windows 9x/XP, KDE, GTK, Mac OS X, or draw widgets to fit for other environments, WindowMaker, etc),
  • Configurable colors, fonts and shortcuts.
  • Open source and free - Released under GPLv2 license.






How can you help?

Beta 1 of version 3.0.0 is available!
2014-10-26
Details on the forum (click).

Development preview 3
2014-04-29
There is a version 3.0.0 development preview 3 available on the forum.

SQLiteStudio on facebook
2014-04-29
SQLiteStudio has now it's page on facebook. All news, tips, etc will be published there, so you can track them easy if you use facebook.

2.1.5 released
2013-12-16
The 3.0.0 version is still under development, but in the mean time I fixed one of the most annoying bugs in 2.1.x series - crashing when database has a trigger on a view. The second bug fixed is invalid double-quote escaping in exported CSV files. That's all that is fixed in this version. Other bugs are either not very important, or require a lot of effort, which I would rather point on getting 3.0.0 released.

SQLite support forum
2013-06-25
During several years of SQLite tool development, I had to learn SQLite in details. Therefore I created the subforum called "SQLite database", here, on our SQLiteStudio's forum. Feel free to ask any SQLite or SQL related questions. I will try to help as much as I can and have time. I hope as time goes by, more people will join and help each other. This is not an official SQLite support forum in any means.

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