A remote JSON interface for SQLite, in Go

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  • ws4sqlite

    Query sqlite via http

    ws4sqlite is a web service layer on one (or more) SQLite databases. It’s written in Go, over mattn's go-sqlite3, and allows to use HTTP POST requests to submit SQL statements to a database, in a transaction. It can “serve” multiple databases at once, supports authentication, “stored queries”, in-memory databases, maintenance (vacuum/backups), batching and several other security features and configurations.

  • go-sqlite3

    sqlite3 driver for go using database/sql

    ws4sqlite is a web service layer on one (or more) SQLite databases. It’s written in Go, over mattn's go-sqlite3, and allows to use HTTP POST requests to submit SQL statements to a database, in a transaction. It can “serve” multiple databases at once, supports authentication, “stored queries”, in-memory databases, maintenance (vacuum/backups), batching and several other security features and configurations.

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  • Sqinn-Go

    SQLite with pure Go

    Of course, it may seem... odd to add a remote interface to an embedded database, but I think that it fits some niches well, especially when decoupling persistence and logic is needed, without renouncing to the expressivity of SQL. It was inspired by PostgREST, but it’s much more “low level” – and it should be even simpler to adapt to some cases. Also, it serves the same purpose of sqinn but with a more general interface.

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