SQLite is a database management engine that works with most computer programming languages. This database forms an integral part of the program. Stored as a cross platform file,SQLite can be accessed through simple functions.Through a graphical interface,SQLite can be used. To use this engine through a graphical interface, a list of add-onsare available.
SQLite is a powerful database management engine found in a relatively small C programming library; it requires no monitoring and can be used with most programming languages (C, C++, Java, Python).
Unlike SQL (client server database system), the SQLite engine is not a standalone process interacting with other programs, the SQLite library is embedded such that it becomes an integral part of the program. SQLite is accessed through simple function calls. The entire database is stored as a single cross-platform file on a host machine.
Here below is a list of add-ons allowing you to use SQLite through a graphical interface.
SQLite Browser: Windows/Linux/MacOSX, open source: