SQLite 0.1.23

SQLite 0.1.23

Maintained by Vivek’s MacBook Air.

SQLite 0.1.23

  • By
  • Vivek Kumar


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To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first.


SQLite is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'SQLite'


//Create or switch new database
SQLite.shared.databaseName = "NewDatabaseName"

//Get new pointer to current database
let databasePointer = SQLite.shared.getDB()

//Get current pointer to working database
let currentDatabasePointer = SQLite.shared.db

//Get Current database name
let currentDatabaseName = SQLite.shared.databaseName

//Execute raw SQL Query 
SQLite.shared.execute(query: "Your_Raw_SQL_Query")

//Execute and know executed successfully or error occured
let flag = SQLite.shared.execute(queryString: "Your_Raw_SQL_Query")

//Get rows with column name
SQLite.shared.getRowsWithCol(query: "Your_select_query")

//Insert a Row in Table
let entry : = ["Key1":Value1,"Key2":Value2]
let replaceExisting = true
SQLite.shared.insertTable(entry, TableName, replaceExisting)

//Update Row in Table
let entry : = ["Key1":Value1,"Key2":Value2]
let condition = "columnName = 'MyColumn'"
SQLite.shared.insertTable(entry, TableName, condition)


Vivek Kumar, [email protected]


SQLite is available under the MIT license. See the LICENSE file for more info.