With all my SQL and SQLite posts, this link is probably also quite interesting: sqlite3 fiddle.
With this it is possible to try SQLite in the browser. The whole thing runs using WASM (compiled using Emscripten) and was announced by Richard Hipp as part of the SQLite 3.39.0 beta in the SQLite forum.
What is also interesting is that to load the page, less than 1 MB of data needs to be loaded. If compression were enabled, this could probably be reduced further.
sqlite3 fiddle could make it easier to quickly try something with SQLite. Instead of downloading sqlite3 first and then trying it out locally, you just open the page and can quickly use the latest sqlite3 version.
Tags: SQL, SQLite