I'll see if I or someone can write a prototype with a simple HTTP server as front-end that calls the SQLite DB as the back-end, and send data as plain text to the client application, and see how it performs.
In the mean time, to get a VB.Net app to call the SQLitening DLL's, do I just need to somehow translate the following Include files into VB.Net?
For some reason, I missed SQLitening while looking for client/server solutions of SQLite, so I'm eager to give it a try.
The client application will be written in VB.Net: If someone has already gone through this, I'd like to know how to use SQLitening from VB.Net, ideally with basic examples to connect, create a table, insert a record, read records, and disconnect.
PS: Out of curiosity, would an HTTP-capable server application (ie. where the client would use any HTTP client library to talk to an SQLite server using the text-based HTTP protocol) have significant drawbacks compared to SQLitening?