An embedded HTTP server can be executed using the .http [<port> [<authentication token>]]
command, or the
-s command line option. If no port is specified the 12345 port is used.
The web browser's features are:
display meta information such as the lists of tables, views or triggers and their details for a connection
open an emulated console where SQL commands (and some internal commands) can be run
Clients must first authenticate before they can use the features mentioned above; authentication is kept simple
as it consists of a string. By default the requested string is empty (eg. no real authentication is required), but
an authentication string can be specified when running the web server either with the .http command,
-t command line option.