I think html is a stateless protocol, so i need only a cookie if i will identify a websiteuser.

I think all websites, where a user is interrupted in his thinking about the content of this site by a 🍪 query 'OK' or 'Accept' etc. will go byself to 404.

With love.

It's everywhere https://commonsware.com/blog/2018/12/15/sqlite-magellan-bug-your-app.html

and again here now the worst https://worthdoingbadly.com/sqlitebug/

there exist also a c# implementation of this db, and now i'm thinking about the new nullable reference type implemented in .net core 3.0, so would it be a good idea to check this code with the new compiler setting for nullable handling?