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NET for Visual FoxPro Developers

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by Kevin McNeish
Edited by Cathi Gero

ISBN: 1-930919-30-1
Length: 508 pages
Formats Available: Printed (incl. ebook) or Ebook only
Printed book format: Paperback, 7"x9"
Ebook format: PDF (20 MB)
Price ($US): 49.95
Weight: 1.9 lbs.
Press date: September, 2002

Printed book availability: In Stock & Shipping
Ebook availability: Complete & Ready for Download
Source code: Complete & Ready for Download (24M)

Visual FoxPro is one of the best Microsoft tools for creating desktop, client-server, and Web applications. However, it would be a mistake to ignore .NET.  Microsoft has put a lot of resources into making .NET a revolutionary platform for creating both desktop and Internet application software. 

If you’re simply curious about what .NET offers, this book provides a strong overview of the .NET Framework and the C# and Visual Basic .NET languages, helping you to assess these new technologies through the lens of Visual FoxPro. If you’re already “sold” and are ready to learn specifics about how to use .NET in your software development projects, this book provides plenty of “how to”, “step-by-step” and “best practices” information that will help you climb the .NET learning curve and get up and running quickly.

The first chapter sets the stage for the rest of the book by answering questions such as “What is .NET”? and “Why should I be interested in .NET”? Other chapters take you into the details of the C# and Visual Basic .NET languages to help you decide which is best for you. After learning the basics, other chapters take you step-by-step through the process of building your first .NET Windows application, Web Forms application and XML Web Service.

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