Web-enabled FoxPro applications
Although many companies have started making plans to migrate all their applications to Microsoft .NET technologies, there are still a substantial number of FoxPro applications in service today. In fact, quite a few of our clients are running multiple FoxPro database applications, day in and day out. Some even continue using FoxPro applications dating back to the DOS-based version of FoxPro. Their reasons aren’t surprising:
Once applications have been built, tested, and running, most folks would prefer not losing sleep over data migrations, what with their potential for cost overruns and mutilated data. The possible benefits of migrating to more user-friendly, prettier applications, is not enough to motivate most people to submit to the short-term pain.
Here's an example of one of our web-enabled VFP applications. It reads and writes 100% of its data using Foxpro
We use this site to manage software development projects for our clients. All the data is stored in FoxPro tables, and can be accessed anywhere in the world using a web browser. Because of this site, it doesn't matter whether our clients are across town or across the country--they're able to get an up-to-the minute status on their projects any time.
Web-enabling your FoxPro database offers several advantages. It allows you to:
TaskASAP is just one of the web-based applications we've developed using Foxpro both for storing data, as well as for generating HTML pages that are rendered by Internet Information Server. Please visit www.TaskASAP.com and click on the online demo link to see this functionality.