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SQLite+

An SQLite database management app for OS X. SQLite+ is a fully featured app that lets you import, export, browse, edit and administer multiple SQLite databases. It can create new databases and tables by analysing Objective C class properties or parse JSON fields as table columns. Once you’ve created your database it can auto-generate Objective-C model classes for the popular FMDB. You can also use SQLite+ to inspect SQLite data on any running iOS or OS X app in real-time using the drop-in Probe library.

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