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I got a few questions and comments about how to actually include SQLite in a C# Metro style app.  Since perhaps it wasn’t clear in describing in my post, I thought a quick video might help demonstrate the steps to build and use SQLite in a C# Metro style app.

The video walks through actually building SQLite from the source (Visual Studio 2012 required…express is fine) and adding it to a C# Metro style app, create a database, populate with some data based on a class and databind the query to a ListView.  The video references my OneNote notebook on the tools you need to download and build the SQLite source.  It also demonstrates using the sqlite-net library from NuGet on interacting with SQLite in a C# application.

This is a quick video to demonstrate the concept on how to get started and is not a full end-to-end sample.

NOTE: This video only demonstrates how to build SQLite until the team itself merges the WinRT changes and produces the supported build.  Until then this is a step you’d have to do on your own and these private branches are not fully supported by them until merged to their main release branch.

I hope this helps clarify things!


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