SQLite Manager for Firefox is, in fact, a very slim extension for the popular web browsers as well as its siblings (Thunderbird and SeaMonkey) that helps you rapidly and effortlessly manage your SQLite databases stored on your system.
In order to start SQLite Manager for Firefox, you can navigate to the Tools menu and find it there or, if your Firefox menu bar is hidden, you can go to the Web Developer sub-menu of the main Firefox menu. Connections are as easy as 1-2-3 to establish, while changing the default extension can be accomplished within the main options of the ‘Tools’ menu.
One of SQLite’s main advantages is the lack of a server-client connection. By default, SQLite is used in a plethora of highly popular applications such as web browsers, operating systems as well as embedded systems. Amongst them, we can specify the Firefox, Chrome and Opera browsers, Skype, Adobe Photoshop Lightroom, Adobe Reader applications as well as BlackBerry, Windows Phone, iOS or Android operating systems.
To sum it all up, SQLite Manager for Firefox is a very good addition to the Mozilla Add-Ons website, especially for those of you that need a quick, accessible SQLite manager that comfortably integrates into your web browser. If Firefox is the browser of choice for you and you work with SQLite databases, then SQLite Manager for Firefox is the add-on for you.
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