For developing an application that uses a database, Run! lets you get a SQL statement working in isolation rather than trying to write it and test it within the application source code. Run! can load and save SQL files directly so it works as an editor application for SQL code while building AIR apps that use a SQLite database.
Give Run! a try to see what it’s all about!


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Run! Cracked Accounts is an SQLite Database Application that lets you connect to your SQLite database, make changes and “Run” the code for you. Run! auto prompts you with your results as you change the code.
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I’m extremely excited to be able to announce that Dan Hu has completed a new version of the sqlite-lite-utils. I’m pleased to announce that it’s now an AIR application, too!

Thanks to Dan for all his hard work. I really appreciate what Dan has done to make our applications based on sqlite-lite-utils so simple to use. You can install it straight from the Mac App Store, and open it right from the dock, or you can open a.sqlite file in it and do whatever you like.
I’d like to thank all of the people in the forums at SWC-Chat, who’ve been so helpful to me over the years, and especially Dan, who’s been great with the other developers and his work on this, especially being very responsive to requests for more ideas. I can’t wait to see the new features that come through Dan’s work.
Here’s Dan’s announcement:

Please give it a try. If you find any bugs, please let me know. It’s still in beta, and I’m keeping track of any problems in the forums:

As always, if you have any questions or need any help, feel free to ask:

** Edit **
I’ve just released a new.CSV version of the db files. You can grab it here:

If you’re having problems downloading it (for example, if you’re on a Mac and

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Run! is a handy SQLite database editor designed specifically for the requirements of creating Flash-based applications. It allows you to:
Compile a SQL statement to a Run! data file directly from the editor.
Write SQL code and edit variables using the Run! editor.
Include SQL statements and variables in other files using Import statements.
Compile and run a SQL statement directly from the editor, and it returns a Run! data file for retrieval in your application. For example, you can do the following:
Compile and run your SQL statement:

The IDE is lightweight and easy to use.
You can compile and run a SQL statement directly from the editor, and the result is a Run! data file that can be included in your application.
You can edit SQL statements and variables in a graphical format, rather than textual code, which saves you time and work.
Run! is a standalone application, not an integrated part of the SDK, so you need to download and install it separately.
Run! requires an SQLite database to be installed in a folder of your choice.

Best of all, Run! is available for FREE download today!

To learn more about Run! and how to use it, visit the Run! site.

You can also download the sample project –! – from the Flash Builder 4.5 User Guide.

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Download the database editor for AIR and use it to edit SQLite database files and include them in your project.

The Run! SQLite Editor is licensed under the GNU General Public License (GPL) v2 and is free to download and to distribute for use in your projects.
You are free to modify the code, but please keep the copyright declaration at the top of any runnable source file.

Run! is not a part of the ADT, Flash Builder or SDK. It is a Flash Builder plugin and is added to the Flash Builder package using the menu command, File->Import->Import Run!.

During your work, it is very handy to set up a few environment variables that you can use later in the project:

The AIR SDK uses RUN for debugging, so if you want the full AIR debugging experience that AIR provides, you can set an additional environment variable called RUN_TOOLS, which must be set to the complete path of AIR debugging tools, to get

What’s New in the Run!?

Run! is a tool for easily creating, loading and executing SQL database applications. Unlike other tools like SuperSQL, Run! allows you to focus on the SQL statement while it is being created without having to test it.
Run! is the only SQL tool that can load and save SQL files. It directly loads/saves SQL into a SQL file, creating the necessary database tables along the way.
To accomplish this feat, Run! allows you to load SQL directly from text files, from Flash CS5 database files, or from AIR SQLite databases. It also works with SQLite databases created in Flash Professional.
Creating a SQL statement in Run! is fast and easy. Simply click on the buttons to enter the SQL statement you want to create. The SQL statement is then created and displayed in a text editor view similar to what is displayed in a SQL query tool. Run! is smart enough to use the existing SQL statement as long as it is of the same or higher version. You can add additional SQL statements at any time.
SQL statements created in Run! can be saved in a SQL file and it can be loaded directly into the database application. Or they can be saved in the database application, giving you easy access to them in Run! This can be a boon when integrating Run! with other tools.
Run! is independent of any database application. You can use it with SQLite databases embedded in AIR applications. They can be created in Flash Professional or they can be created in AIR SQLite database applications. Run! is also independent of the installation location of SQLite on your system. It can be installed on a Windows system, on a Mac or on Linux. It will work with all of them.
Run! has a visual and intuitive user interface with a powerful text editor for writing SQL.
SQLite databases are one of the most efficient formats for storing a large number of values and dates. The most commonly used SQLite databases are:
SQLite databases embedded inside AIR applications: Run! will work with any SQLite database files created with Flash Professional.
SQLite databases embedded inside AIR applications: The same SQLite database file created in Flash Professional can be loaded into Run! to create an AIR database application that uses that SQLite database.
SQLite databases created outside of AIR: SQLite databases created in Flash Professional can be loaded into Run! and they can be used for any purpose. Flash Professional offers you the option to import the SQLite database to a Flash CS

System Requirements:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10
OS X 10.9 or later
2 GB minimum RAM
2 GB HDD space
Notepad++ 6.7.6 or newer
Flash 12 or newer
Mozilla Firefox 5.0 or later
Chrome 8 or later
Safari 6 or later
Google Chrome for mobile
Internet connection
A small amount of time
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