The 5 Most Common Mistakes while Migrating Visual FoxPro to .NET

The 5 Most Common Mistakes while Migrating Visual FoxPro to .NET
Migrating from Visual FoxPro to .NET requires a solid strategy, effort, and a well trained and skilled implementation team. Macrosoft has completed quite a number of successful migrations to .NET. When converting from VFP to .NET, knowing what to plan for is just as important as knowing what to avoid. One missed step could mean months of additional work. We don’t want that to happen to you so here are 5 common mistakes and how to avoid them when converting… Read More »

Stress points in converting Visual FoxPro to .NET

Stress points in converting Visual FoxPro to .NET
As far as an application developer is concerned, migrating Visual FoxPro(VFP) to .NET platform is the opening of a brand new world of possibilities. One of the benefits of Converting VFP to .NET is that, .NET is not just a single language but a group of co-related development technologies that supports wide range of functionalities. Microsoft announced the end of life for VFP and come up with a top notch advanced .NET platform that allows developers to … Read More »

The Advantages of Visual FoxPro to .NET Migration

The Advantages of Visual FoxPro to .NET Migration
Visual FoxPro caught fame in 1992 when Fox Technologies combined with Microsoft and then carried out their first joint venture release with a “Visual” zest; characteristically flashy from its relatively square predecessor FoxPro v2.6 which was affiliated with other products from xbase. Let me help give you the right perspective on Visual FoxPro to .NET migration by first being honest about a few things. In this blog, I am going to summarize conclusions … 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 »

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