The long-awaited sequel to Whil's "Programming VFP 3.0," this volume covers the basics of developing a wide range of applications quickly, covers all of the new commands, functions, features and tools of Visual FoxPro 6.0, and describes, step-by-step, how to build a traditional LAN application with VFP as the foundation. Finishes up with an overview of new Visual Studio technologies, including MTS, ADO, and all the new Windows buzzwords and how they fit in with VFP. Includes electronic chapters that show how to convert the original LAN application to a client-server back end and to a Web-based multi-tier architecture. Required reading for everyone opening up the box. Whether you're completely new to Visual FoxPro, an old hand with FoxPro 2.x but new to the Visual world, or comfortable with VFP 3.0/5.0 but need to know what's new in VFP 6.0, The Fundamentals has the information you need to build LAN, Client/Server and multi-tier distributed Visual Studio applications on a Visual FoxPro foundation.
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Whil Hentzen, Author, is president of Hentzenwerke Corporation, a 17-year-old firm that specializes in strategic database applications for Fortune 2000 firms in the manufacturing, financial, and health-care industries. The firm has commercial products and custom applications in use throughout the United States and in nearly two dozen foreign countries. Hentzenwerke has hosted the semi-annual Great Lakes Great Database Workshop since 1994.
Whil has written and spoken extensively about software development. He is a multi-year Microsoft MVP, and editor of FoxTalk, Pinnacle Publishing's high-end technical journal for FoxPro. He is the author of books about Visual Studio (Visual FoxPro 6.0 Fundamentals), Visual FoxPro (Programming Visual FoxPro 3.0), FoxPro (Rapid Application Development with FoxPro 2.6), and custom software development (1999 Software Developer's Guide).
He has presented more than 50 papers at conferences throughout North America and Europe, including the Microsoft Visual FoxPro DevCon, the German National DevCon, Conference to the Max (the Netherlands), the Spanish National DevCon, Database & Client/Server World, FoxTeach, the FoxPro Users Conference, and the Mid-Atlantic Database Workshop. He spends his spare time with his kids and volunteering for the local school district, and is an avid distance runner, hoping for one more shot at a sub-15-minute 5,000-meter clocking before age and common sense close the door on that activity. You can reach Whil at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Doug Hennig, Technical Editor, is a partner with Stonefield Systems Group Inc. in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. He's the author of Stonefield's Database Toolkit for Visual FoxPro and Stonefield Data Dictionary for FoxPro 2.x. He's also the author of the Visual FoxPro Data Dictionary in Pinnacle Publishing's The Pros Talk Visual FoxPro series. Doug has spoken at user groups and regional conferences all over North America, and at the last three Microsoft Visual FoxPro Developer Conferences. He's a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP.) You can reach Doug at email@example.com
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Descrizione libro Hentzenwerke Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. Codice libro della libreria P110965509354
Descrizione libro Hentzenwerke Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 965509354
Descrizione libro Hentzenwerke Publishing, 1999. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0965509354