SQLite is a software library filled to the brim with resources. These resources are some of the best and most efficient additions to build your relational database management system. SQLite is one of the most widely used and deployed structured database systems due to its speed and efficiency of usage. When it comes to saving your resources in every way, SQLite has some of the most amazing factors of not having to use a server at all! This means that while other structured databases like MySQL and PostgreSQL have to rely on a separate server to work, SQLite provides it all without one, by saving the required files directly on the system. In other words, when you are using an SQLite database, your application will be interacting directly with the disk instead of having to go through a server.
The Key features of using SQLite
SQLite is often a solution to those faced with the problem of not wanting a separate costly server to manage their database.
- SQLite is open source and free to use for everyone
- Doesn’t require a server to operate on
- There is no setup or configuration required for SQLite
- SQLite ensures an efficient method of storing data
- SQLite provides a large number of APIs
- SQLite is available on multiple operating systems
GODELM – Why you should opt for SQLite Database Management from us?
GODELM’s data engineers and developers are some of the best you will meet in the world. As such, we have been engrossed in SQLite for quite some time. This is why when a client approaches us to have their database managed with SQLite, instead of complying immediately we always ask for the reason. While we recognize that SQLite provides efficient and cost-effective ways to create and implement a project, often at the time this solution turns upside down for complex projects. This means that sometimes a server has to be installed for a project to run efficiently.
However, we are never against the idea of using SQLite, and actually recommend it for a smaller web application that has simpler logic integrated. Furthermore, our ANSI-C coders are usually enthusiastic about the challenges that might present with every project!