sqMight uses sqLite as a backend, and offers each user a unique, temporary database instance. So, yes, go ahead and write those INSERT and UPDATE queries. CREATE or DROP tables. No one will know but you. Your personal database instance will stick around for a couple of hours, then it's kaput.
sqMight is intended for use in learning SQL, and is available under an MIT-style license.
If you wish to incorporate sqMight into your classroom curriculum or research, or otherwise use it commercially, please contact Tom Gregory at firstname.lastname@example.org.
sqMight uses code, ideas, images, or inspiration from the following publicly avaible sources:
- Prototype, by Sam Stephenson Copyright © 2005–2010; MIT-style license
- Scriptaculous, by Thomas Fuchs Copyright © 2005-2008; MIT-style license
- php-markdown, by Michel Fortin Copyright © 2004, All rights reserved; BSD-style open license.
- Markdown, by John Gruber Copyright © 2004, All rights reserved; BSD-style open license.
- Google Code Pretify, Google Copyright © 2006; Apache 2 license
- HTML5 Boilerplate, Public Domain
- Background textures adapted from subtlepatterns.com
- Throbbers from ajaxloader.info.