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SQLite Workspace

Containerized workspace that helps to develop SQLite databases.

Why this images

If you need to develop embedded SQLite databases and fill them with data.


docker run --name space-1 -d -p 8020-8040:8020-8040 alnoda/sqlite-workspace

and open localhost:8020 in browser.


SQLite tools:

  • sqlite-web - web-based SQLite database browser.
  • sqlean - the ultimate set of compiled SQLite extensions.
  • litecli - CLI for SQLite.
  • sqlite-viewer - view SQLite file online.
  • Web-GUI-for-SQLite - alternative tool to view SQLite file online.
  • DBdesigner - draw ERD diagrams and use it to generate DDL code.
  • tbls - gnerate documentation (essentially data catalog) from the database

SQLite extension:

  • crypto - secure hashes
  • fileio - read and write files
  • fuzzy - fuzzy string matching and phonetics
  • ipaddr: - IP address manipulation
  • re - regular expressions
  • stats - math statistics
  • text - string functions
  • unicode - Unicode support
  • uuid - universally Unique IDentifiers

Dev tools:

  • Eclipse Theia - open source version of popular Visual Studio Code IDE. Theia is trully open-source, has VS-Code extensions and works in browser. This means it can run inside a docker container on local machine or in cloud. A lot of beautiful color themes and many common plugins are already installed to save time.
  • Terminal - secure browser-based terminal.
  • FileBrowser - manage files and folders inside the workspace, and exchange data between local environment and the workspace
  • Ungit - rings user friendliness to git without sacrificing the versatility of it.
  • Ubuntu 20.4 with the following CLI apps
    • Zsh, Oh my Zsh
    • Python 3, Pip
    • Node/nodeenv
    • curl, wget, telnet, jq
    • Git: git, git-flow, lazygit
    • File browsers: mc
    • Text editors: nano, vim, mcedit
    • System monitors: ncdu, htop, glances, vizex
    • Process Control: supervisord
    • Job scheduler: cron
    • Terminal multiplexer: tmux