SQLite conversion support lands in SQLizer
Convert any structured data file to SQLite, for free
What’s the most widely-used database engine on the planet? MySQL? Guess again.
Because SQLite is the built-in database of iOS and Android, it runs on every smartphone in the world - as well as a wide range of other uses too.
SQLite is a self-contained, serverless database implementation that is loved for its simplicity and stability. SQLite syntax is closely-related to MySQL’s flavor of SQL, but there are some differences - rather than work those out yourself, we did it for you.
We’re delighted to announce that conversion to SQLite is now available to all SQLizer users immediately!
Convert your data to SQLite statements now, for free (paid plans are also available).
Just choose SQLite when you upload your data file - or specify
SQLite if you prefer to use our API.
🖤 SQLizer team.
About: SQLizer is free for less than 5,000 rows of data for personal use - if you have a >5000 row CSV file you need to convert, use code
CONVERTME10 for 10% off your Pro Monthly plan for the first 12 months, or a one-off 10% discount on your Pro Annual plan.
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