LogicalVue Software has announced SQLVue 4.1 (http://www.logicalvue.com/products/sqlvue), an update to their IDE for SQLite developers. With it you can edit table data using the data editor.
SQLVue 4.1 sports an all-new table designer that lets you create and alter tables without using SQL. You can now create Views from SQL statements and export database table structure as SQL commands to include in your apps. You can also create demo databases using the Chinook sample database.
This SQL editor will auto-complete SQL commands, table names and column names. SQLite a free, open-source, single-user database engine. It’s used by a wide variety of applications and development tools, including Mac OS X (CoreData), iOS, Real Studio, Adobe Flex/Air, Google Gears, Bento and more.
SQLVue uses a tab-based design familiar to most developers. Other features include: full code completion (for SQLite syntax and your table and column names); full display of database Pragma values; and a table editor that displays all table information one place.
SQLVue 4.1 requires Mac OS X 10.6.6 or later. Through June 14, it’s offered at a special introductory price of US$14.99 and available worldwide through the Mac App Store in the Developer Tools category. Version 4.1 is a free update for registered users of version 4.x.