VFP to .NET conversion is key for these 3 reasons

VFP to .NET conversion is key for these 3 reasons
When it comes to VFP to .NET conversion we have found that one could choose to systematize the migration with language conversion software, but your outcome, aside from pure comedy, would be a truly subpar translation. A VFP to .NET conversion will require many judgment calls. VFP to .NET conversion should establish the functionality of the application at the same time it might be also required to provide new looks to the application without hindering t… Read More »

The Visual FoxPro to .NET migration Solution

The Visual FoxPro to .NET migration Solution
The phasing out of Visual FoxPro necessitates the need to migrate VFP to .NET platform which bring unsubstantiated benefits. With the advent of .NET framework, it is important to migrate the mission-critical applications to newer technology. Although, the learning curve for .NET framework is not steep but developers find it challenging for migrating applications to .NET environment. Even though the Visual FoxPro migration to .NET may have some cost incu… Read More »

Advantages of converting FoxPro Applications to .NET platform

Advantages of converting FoxPro Applications to .NET platform
In our modern era of technology, the only thing that doesn’t change is changing itself! With today’s application development procedures and techniques continually in fluctuation, there are dynamic changes happening at a faster pace in the recent years. The trials of handling large databases and the repeated changes in operating system architecture make FoxPro applications very tough and time-consuming to handle. FoxPro applications are also not furnished w… Read More »

Do you really need ASP Migration?

Do you really need ASP Migration?
Do you really need ASP Migration? The very first thing to understand is that, making an ASP migration will boost an application’s performance. ASP.NET is an awesome platform for web development. If I had to choose between creating a new application in ASP.NET and creating a new application in ASP classic, ASP.NET would win, hands down. For starters, it’s faster and incredibly stable plus, once you’ve gotten the hang of ASP.NET it takes much less time to… Read More »

5 Reasons VB .NET is Better Than C#

5 Reasons VB .NET is Better Than C#
Should I stop my implementation work in VB.NET? As far as programming is concerned, the availability of sample codes helps the developers for easier implementation. While comparing VB.NET and C#.NET, there are more sample codes or snippets available for C# programmers than for VB.NET. C# programming community is bigger and better when compared with VB.NET. Also, Microsoft doesn’t back VB.NET programmers. Developers need a more prominent and lively forum… Read More »

Migrate Visual FoxPro to .NET

Migrate Visual FoxPro to .NET
Before we can migrate visual FoxPro to .NET it is imperative to understand that visual FoxPro developers have an exceptional skill-set that comes from working with a product that successfully covers all three layers of an application (front end, middle tier, back end). Quite a few of these developers are at present gifted SQL Server developers, and almost all Visual FoxPro developers have successfully transitioned to C# or VB.NET. To migrate Visual FoxP… Read More »

Trouble with VB6 migration to .NET?

Trouble with VB6 migration to .NET?
Are you having trouble with VB6 migration to .NET?  Just to be honest, you should have converted this VB6 project of yours to .NET a long time ago. Visual Basic .NET is the next form of Visual Basic. VB6 migration to .NET is import because VB .NET has two new forms packages (Windows Forms and Web Forms); a new version of ADO for accessing disconnected data sources; and streamlined language, eliminating legacy keywords, improving type safety, and expo… Read More »

5 ASP to ASP.NET Migration tips for any business

5 ASP to ASP.NET Migration tips for any business
When it comes to ASP to ASP.NET migration, legacy code can be migrated gradually, while applying migration  strategies, and running legacy code for a long period of time until a complete migration is achieved. This leads us to our first tip in an ASP to .NET migration. Side-By-Side Approach The notion of the side-by-side approach depends on on the hypothesis that legacy code and .NET code implement different parts of the application with low coup… Read More »

How to find good ASP development tools

How to find good ASP development tools
After much consideration, I arrived at the conclusion that a key deciding factor when deciding which asp development tools to use must start with what is useful vs. necessary. There are so many tools that are useful and help build applications either faster or more effectively, but I can still build such sites without them. The reason we created this blog was by thinking of a new developer and what asp development tools I could give them to be productiv… Read More »

What you didn’t know about Visual FoxPro ?

What you didn’t know about Visual FoxPro ?
Visual FoxPro has many landscapes that are confusing and could even be mistaken for bugs. The more applications that get developed, and the bigger the teams that work on them, and the more often the software is revised, the more class library management skills are important. Face it: you can't ship a large application without good class management. As program size increases, proper structure becomes exponentially more important. This blog post is for ad… Read More »

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