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Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek and Rick Schummer

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Steve Dingle

With its native data engine, rich object oriented language, and capabilities to produce COM servers and consume Web services, Visual FoxPro is the single most flexible programming tool available to a software developer. But nothing stands alone anymore. This book will show you how to extend the scope and power of Visual FoxPro as a development tool by integrating it with other software and technologies.

MegaFox: 1002 Things You Wanted to Know About Extending VFP is the widely-anticipated sequel to 1001 Things You Wanted to Know About VFP (“KiloFox”), MegaFox both extends coverage of topics in that book such as data driving and reporting and introduces brand new topics such as Email, IntelliSense, Charts and Graphs, PDF Technology, SQL Server, COM/DCOM, XML/ADO, and Designing for Extensibility.

 

 

Marcia Akins, Andy Kramek and Rick Schummer

 

1001 Things You Wanted to Know About VFP provides the granular “how-to” techniques of every area of traditional Visual FoxPro application development. It's the perfect intermediary between Hackers Guide and Effective Techniques. The Hacker’s Guide to Visual FoxPro is the exhaustive command and function reference to the Visual FoxPro language. Effective Techniques for Application Development with Visual FoxPro shows you big picture and in-depth strategies for building apps. In between these two classics comes 1001 Things You Wanted to Know About Visual FoxPro. Contains over 500 pages of “tips, tricks and traps.” 

 

Whil Phelps, Andy Kramek and Bob Grommes

The Revolutionary Guide to Visual FoxPro OOP concentrates on the object-oriented approach to application design but acknowledges that not all object-oriented techniques are suited to application development in FoxPro. It shows you how to build you own classes and framework. It explores the concept of design patterns and how they can be applied. Finally, it gives you a clear and honest picture of the advantages and disadvantages of object orientation in Visual FoxPro.

 

 

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