SQLite Forum

Can a SQLite DB be accessed by another Computer?
1 - As I understand it SQLite is basically the "back end" ... right? 

2 - No built in GUI... but accessible via the command line or custom code... or some GUI app... right?

3 - There are GUI apps for using SQLite like SQLite Studio or DB Browser (SQLite), and others... right?

4 - Would it be correct to call these GUI apps... in effect... a "Front End" for SQLite?

5 - I understand that SQLite is not designed as a Client/Server DB like MySQL or others... but...

5a - Can SQLite run on locally on a peer-to-peer network machine while allowing others on the peer-to-peer network to access the data via something like DB Browser or SQLite Studio, or some other "front end" app?
(The question here is can family or others on your local peer-to-peer network get to the data from any computer on the local p2p network)

5b - Is there anyway to have it in a Google Drive folder so users can access the data from anywhere using something like DB Browser or SQLite Studio... or some other app?
(In his case the concern is... can you get to the data from anywhere... or must you have the computer with you with SQLite & some Front End app installed to get to your data)

Thanks for any help.