To install and run the application on a system running Apple's OS X operating system, take the following steps:
sqlitebrowser.appicon from the window that opens when you double-click on the downloaded file into the
Applicationsfolder in the Finder window.
Applicationsdirectory. If you see a message like the one below, hold down the control key and right-click on the icon for the application then select Open.
When you right-click on the application while holding down the control key, if you see the message above, you will then see the following message:
Click on Open to run the application.
The icon representing the program that you will see at the bottom of your screen will look like the one below:
The main window for the program will show the following:
You can open an existing database by clicking on Open Database and browsing to the .db file for the database.
To browse the records in a table in the database, click on Browse Data then select a table by clicking on the double-headed arrow to the right of "Table:", which is beneath "Database Stucture".
To add additional data to the table, click on New Record then click in a column for the new record to add data to it.
If you click once, you can type into the field in the Browse Data record. If you double-click in a field, i.e., column, an Edit database cell window will open that gives you a much bigger window in which you can type or paste your data.
If you need to reset a field to "Null", double click on the field and then click on the Clear button in the Edit database cell window then click on OK.
As you add data, if you select SQL Log from the right pane of the DB Browser for SQLite window, you will see the SQL commands that are being used appear, if Application is selected for "Show SQL submitted by", though question marks will be shown rather than the data you are entering into a field.
You can order the data in ascending or descending order by clicking on a column header. E.g., in the example below, the records are ordered on the "Approved" date in descending order by date with the newest date at the top.