"sql.js is a port of SQLite to Webassembly, by compiling the SQLite C code with Emscripten, with contributed math and string extension functions included. It uses a virtual database file stored in memory, and thus doesn't persist the changes made to the database. However, it allows you to import any existing sqlite file, and to export the created database as a JavaScript typed array.

"There are no C bindings or node-gyp compilation here, sql.js is a simple JavaScript file, that can be used like any traditional JavaScript library. If you are building a native application in JavaScript (using Electron for instance), or are working in node.js, you will likely prefer to use a native binding of SQLite to JavaScript."


Tags: storage   relational   embedded   browser   nodejs  

Last modified 30 May 2020