Business Impact and Risks Associated with Microsoft Visual FoxPro

Business Impact and Risks Associated with Microsoft Visual FoxPro
Visual FoxPro was an excellent development tool throughout the 90’s or even in the 2000’s but it has shown a sudden decline with Microsoft announcing end of support. Visual FoxPro 9 was released in 2007 virtually the Stone Age when it comes to the world of technology. This creates an element of danger for your organization that you need to take down and breakthrough in order to move forward today. As Microsoft phased out Visual FoxPro, your mission critic… 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 »

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 »

FoxPro to.NET conversion could give you migration blues

FoxPro to.NET conversion could give you migration blues
What I have found when it comes to making a FoxPro to .NET conversion is that it is not something that should be done with the touch of a button. Converting an application requires preparation, determination, and resources. The good news is this: you can take control of the process, use tools to drastically reduce the effort required, and get help in the form of training and staff augmentation. When making a FoxPro to .NET conversion the idea is to end … Read More »

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