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The lightweight, distributed relational database built on SQLite
Once you need to graduate from one large server (which will take you a long way in many cases), there are tools like [rqlite](https://github.com/rqlite/rqlite) that can handle clustering. With WAL mode enabled, SQLite can handle a surprising amount of traffic that would fit a lot of use cases.
An open source multi-tool for exploring and publishing data
A long way off from PostgREST, but you might be able to hack together something sort of similar with Datasette  and the new JSON api. Not out of the box at all, but the potential is there to get a similar product.
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Postgres wire compatible SQLite proxy.
I've not use this myself, but Ben Johnson's https://github.com/benbjohnson/postlite in front of SQlite might allow you to use PostgREST? I recall him saying on a podcast that his goal was to be able to point the large ecosystem of PG tools at SQlite.
Generate type-safe code from SQL
Not exactly what you want, but I've been using https://sqlc.dev to generate hydration code from SQL queries and loving it!
A distributed SQLite replicator built on top of NATS
Hey, I am author of Marmot (https://github.com/maxpert/marmot) would love to get in touch and explore a few things with you. I’ve been using Marmot in production in a while scaling couple of services, and since you mentioned LiteFS I would love to pick your brain, and explore couple of ideas with you. Multiple ways to get in touch including Github discussions or discord channel. Hope to see you around!
REST api for your database (PostgreSQL/Sqlite/ClickHouse/MySQL). (by subzerocloud)
Yes there is but not FOSS
Benchmarking Go + SQLite
Finally got around to this: https://github.com/kalafut/go-sqlite-bench
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