Using SQLite with PHP
The basics of SQLite and, indeed, of SQL itself, are simple. It’s a repetitive routine of creating tables with a column for each data element in the table. You then add rows to each table with a value for each column. You can retrieve data from a single table with a basic SELECT statement. Join two tables by using a WHERE clause to match a value in one table with a corresponding value in another table (or in the same table in the case of a self-join).
The complexity of SQL and all of its implementations including SQLite comes from combinations of these basic building blocks. In addition, the fact that we are often ...