Click the Execute SQL button to execute the above SQL statement and see the result.
The panel on the right side displays the current status of the database, and it will reflect the changes you make.
The database created in your browser using the Web SQL technology, and it contains sample tables that will help you practice with SQL.
Feel free to experiment with the tables using any SQL statement. Some statement, however, may not work due to lack of support.
You can restore the database at any time by clicking the Restore Database button.
Our SQL Editor uses Web SQL technology to store and access data on the client side.
WebSQL stores data locally, on the user's browsers. Therefore, each user can have their own database.
WebSQL is only supported in Chrome, Safari, and Opera. Open the URL of this page in any of these browsers to make the most of it.