5 Reasons why ASP.NET is the Right Choice for Web Development

5 Reasons why ASP.NET is the Right Choice for Web Development
An ASP-based approach to development comes with a wide array of innovative capabilities. With each new release, the ASP.NET framework becomes more stable—this is why business owners opt for ASP.NET web development. Currently, there is a huge number of individual engineers and software development companies which use ASP.NET as their ideal web development platform. Internet resource company BuiltWith, claims that almost 40 million websites are built using A… Read More »

How to get the most out of ASP.NET for web development

How to get the most out of ASP.NET for web development
Let’s see what are the basic advantages of using ASP.NET in web development: The ASP.NET framework works over the internet services and the websites creating as many projects as required by running on the same server. ASP.NET Web Forms provide drag and drop controls which integrates well with third-party solutions and automatically generates essential HTML and JavaScript required for development. A combination of ASP.NET and HTML facilitates in generati… Read More »

GDPR: It’s not a Revolution, but an Evolution

GDPR: It’s not a Revolution, but an Evolution
The European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation goes into effect on May 25th. As we loom closer to that date, stories detailing company’s willingness to abandon the EU have begun to circulate. Sure, companies like Unroll.me have existed in murky waters (being able to data-mine email content for competitive intelligence) up until the GDPR was ratified. However, that doesn’t mean that US-based companies need to abandon the EU due to the new regulatio… Read More »

Is Visual Basic Dead? – Yes, It’s Marked for Death

Is Visual Basic Dead?   – Yes, It’s Marked for Death
It is a well-known fact that all versions of Visual Basic from 1.0 to 6.0 were to be retired by Microsoft, by 2008. This means that the Visual Basic development environment and associated runtime environments (except for Visual Basic 6) are no longer supported. In a way, VB6 is dead because it is no longer being developed by Microsoft. Microsoft released the .NET Framework in 2001, along with a new language C# and an updated Visual Basic .NET version. With… Read More »

Migrating Visual FoxPro to .NET Environment

Migrating Visual FoxPro to .NET Environment
Visual FoxPro was a dynamic development platform used for many of mission-critical applications. Unfortunately, the time has come to move on from Visual FoxPro to .NET frameworks. Modern .NET frameworks allow developers to create a wide array of applications from the web to mobile, and even Windows-based applications. At Macrosoft, we believe the logical solution is to migrate to a .NET Framework. Here are some of the features that make .NET "The Techno… Read More »

Can You Tip-Toe around GDPR?

Can You Tip-Toe around GDPR?
The fallout from misuse of Facebook user data and Facebook’s failure to alert users about it could help strengthen the credibility and enforcement of the GDPR globally. Businesses that thought they could tiptoe around the General Data Protection Regulation radar with a haphazard compliance strategy can think again, thanks to the expected fallout of the user data scandal. While Facebook has issued multiple statements to its customers, the point remain… Read More »

Our New Agile Approach for Visual Foxpro Migration that saves Time and Money (A lot of it!)

Our New Agile Approach for Visual Foxpro Migration that saves Time and Money (A lot of it!)
The past experiences we have had in Visual FoxPro migration projects have enabled us to device a new ‘agile-like’ approach. We have devised this exciting new way with elements similar to the agile approach used for normal development projects. With this new method, we are confident that it will reduce the time to convert and cost of conversion. So, what is this new Agile approach? In a nutshell, the new agile approach takes the best part from buildi… Read More »

GDPR gives Europeans the Right to be Forgotten

GDPR gives Europeans the Right to be Forgotten
How will your business react when asked to digitally forget someone? In May 2014, the European Court of Justice instituted the “right to be forgotten.” This landmark ruling enabled Europeans to request that search engines like Google and Yahoo to delist from the sites which contain “inaccurate, inadequate, irrelevant or excessive” information containing the name of the petitioner. Further, the ruling also requires that search engine operators make the dis… Read More »

Role of “Best-Practices” in our VFP-to-.NET Conversion Projects

Role of “Best-Practices” in our VFP-to-.NET Conversion Projects
Macrosoft has many years of experience in Visual FoxPro conversion projects and we deliberately emphasize on the fact that “Best Practices” outline the path for any VFP-to-.NET conversion. When considering some of our recent VFP conversion projects, it is seen that our customers are faced with the situation where there are multiple versions of the same basic application running for different clients. This is mainly because a lot of custom functionality hav… Read More »

Top 7 reason for ASP.NET development

Top 7 reason for ASP.NET development
ASP.NET is a web application development framework from Microsoft to create robust, dynamic, rich web pages. It is a server-side technology built on Common Language Runtime (CLR) to host powerful websites on any Windows server. CLR is a major component that performs a process known as just-in-time compilation that converts source codes into intermediate language code which the CPU then executes. Visual Studio is an integrated development environment that p… Read More »

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