The installation process is not going to pose any kind of problems, while the interface you are met with is well-organized and clean. It encompasses a menu bar, several buttons, and two panes which enable you to view a folder structure of the selected database, as well as the information you have selected.
In addition to that, extensive Help documentation is incorporated, which ensures that all types of users, including those with little experience can work with Navicat for SQLite, yet you should know that it still requires some specialized knowledge.
Databases you can connect to and import and export tables
First and foremost, you should know it is possible to connect to your Navicat Cloud account with just a few clicks, so that you can access your data with ease. It is also possible to use an existing database file (SQLITE, DB) from your hard drive, or a HTTP tunnel.
It is possible to view a database’s tree structure in the main window, so that you can easily browse through your indexes and tables, while you can also create new ones, import them using extensions such as DB, DBF, TXT, CSV, HTML, XLS, XML, MDB and JSON, or export tables using the aforementioned file types.
Back up data, batch process items and generate reports
You can view a list of triggers, as well as create new ones, input new queries and execute them. Reports can be generated and designed from a dedicated window, while you can back up all your data, so as to be sure you do not accidentally delete important items or make unwanted changes.
Last but not least, batch jobs are supported at a scheduled time, you can add certain items to favorites, so that you can find them faster, as well as transfer and sync data, and use a search function and a built-in console.