SQLite with Modern C++

My latest course, SQLite with Modern C++, is free for a limited time on Pluralsight. If you don’t yet have a Pluralsight subscription then be sure to check it out right now.


If you do have a Pluralsight subscription, be sure to check out my growing collection of courses. My next course, Windows Runtime Internals, will also be available to subscribers within a few weeks.

2 thoughts on “SQLite with Modern C++

  1. krishna (@d1sciple_t)

    Instructive! Thanks for taking the time to do this. A minor complaint though: GetAbi() is poorly named IMO. ABI is a generic term so using it for native handles/pointers sticks out sorely. GetSQLiteObject/Handle() reads better. Is the library available for reuse? I’d love to use it in place of my own horrible sqlite3 wrapper.

    1. Kenny Kerr Post author

      Thanks, I’ve since moved away from having those accessor methods on the various classes entirely. It never sat well with me, but it took me a while to come up with a good alternative. The code is available to subscribers. I will try to release the library sometime soon.


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