RAD Studio XE3 now supports using SQLite (version 3.x) databases in your Delphi and C++Builder VCL (Windows) and FireMonkey (Windows and Mac) applications. To connect to a SQLite database, you use the same dbExpress framework components (TSQLConnection and TSQLQuery) that you use for other SQL databases. This short video shows you how to use the SQLite console application to create a database and then use dbExpress components, the LiveBindings Wizard and LiveBinding Designer to create a FireMonkey HD application.
Additional information about using SQLite in XE3 is covered in the Embarcadero DocWiki:
October 9 - Using a SQLite database in your Windows and Mac applications
Watch on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=416qL6is5Xw
Duration: 6 minutes and 22 seconds
Thank you to Stephen, member of our team in Scotts Valley, for helping me get SQLite set up and working on my OS X and Windows notebooks.
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