Includes its own copy of sqlite3, you don't use the system one, which is good to ensure compatibility. The version is shown at: SQLite source is tracked compressed in-tree: horrendous. This explains why it takes forever to clone that repository. People who don't believe in git submodules, there's even an official Git mirror at:
It appears to spawn its own threads via its C extension (since JavaScript is single threaded and and SQLite is not server-based), which allows for parallel queries using multiple threads:
Hello world example: nodejs/node-sqlite3/index.js.
As of 2021, this had slumped back a bit, as maintainers got tired. Unmerged pull requests started piling more, and better-sqlite3 Node.js package started pulling ahead a little.

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