Entries tagged with berkeleydb
Creating a standalone Python driver for BerkeleyDB's SQLite front-end
In this post I'll provide instructions for building a standalone Python
sqlite3-compatible module which is powered by BerkeleyDB. This is possible because BerkeleyDB provides a SQL frontend, which essentially is the SQLite we all know and love with the b-tree code ripped out and replaced with BerkeleyDB.
Five reasons you should use SQLite in 2016
If you haven't heard, SQLite is an amazing database capable of doing real work in real production environments. In this post, I'll outline 5 reasons why I think you should use SQLite in 2016.
SQLite: Small. Fast. Reliable. Choose any three.
SQLite is a fantastic database and in this post I'd like to explain why I think that, for many scenarios, SQLite is actually a great choice. I hope to also clear up some common misconceptions about SQLite.