On Friday, SQLabs announced the release of
SQLiteServer 1.0, which allows users to remotely access SQLite databases from any client set up to understand the server’s protocol. The company notes that it functions like an http server in the way it serves data, closing the connection after each data exchange. SQLiteServer is available two ways: a small business version for US$259 that supports up to 10 clients and a full business edition for $369 that supports unlimited clients. It runs in Mac OS X, although the company does not specify the minimum required version number on its Web site or in the application’s documentation.