VB6 to .NET migration in 10 steps

VB6 to .NET migration in 10 steps
Converting VB6 code to VB.NET is not a simple process that can be executed easily in spite of using automation tools. A number of automation tools are available in the market, with Microsoft itself being shipped with Visual Basic Upgrade Wizard. Some of the major changes undergone in VB6 is in the Common Language Runtime (CLR) new programming model. To reap maximum benefit out of the new features and structures of VB.NET, it is advisable to rewrite major s… 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 »

Why a FoxPro conversion could cause you problems if

Why a FoxPro conversion could cause you problems if
In a perfect world, we wouldn't need a FoxPro conversion. The architects of all your vital applications would have the time and assets to fully convert applications into self-contained arrangements, but we don't live in that world. When it comes to a FoxPro conversion some have often recommended applications, usually from small and autonomous developers, that necessitate some version of the .NET Framework be installed to function but… It's often a … Read More »

Why VB6 migration to .NET is essential now

Microsoft stopped supporting VB 6 language a while ago and now only provides a small bit of assistance. For instance, there’s the upgrade forum where you can ask questions, but without doubt, you will have to abandon VB6 someday. It’s better to plan for a VB6 migration to .NET now than to be forced to do it in the emergency mode before it’s too late. But for now, you do have choices 1.       Your business can continue running its VB6 programs and e… Read More »

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