Widely used across platforms, SQLite is an open source, award-winning database engine that implements the SQL-92 specifications (http://www.sqlite.org/omitted.html).
SQLite in Adobe AIR gives applications the ability to persistently store data and easily manage it. This data can be stored locally in offline situations but then can be synchronized with network data store. With the 1.5 version of Adobe AIR, it isn’t possible, however, to natively connect to remote databases.
To be able to access, store, and manipulate data in a SQLite database
in Adobe AIR, you first must create the database as a local file. Each
database needs its own local file. The AIR SDKs contain the APIs you need to
database classes are in the
using AIR aliases (you just have to import the AIRAliases.js file into your HTML
You need to create a local database using SQLite.
Create a local ...