- The FoxPro Developers Network of San Diego
is a non-profit corporation started by a group of FoxPro developers interested in sharing ideas and promoting the use of FoxPro. Our members come from all over San Diego and Southern Orange County. We have a fairly even mix of independent developers and company employees on our membership list. For membership information, contact Eric Lendvai at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Subscribe or Unsubscribe to our Newsletters and Announcements
- Join us on meetup.com
- Visual FoxPro: Microsoft's Hidden Gem
Visual FoxPro, from Microsoft, is rarely given the recognition it deserves. There is wide speculation as to the reason for this, but one thing is clear, those who take the time to investigate VFP's capabilities are suitably impressed. VFP has a native database engine that is one of the fastest you'll find anywhere. At the same time, it can talk to SQL backends like SQL Server and Oracle. VFP is versatile enough to be used for any or all tiers in an n-tiered system. On top of that, it is a true object-oriented language with a rich set of visual development tools that make short work of building complex applications. Many developers find they can develop the same applications in VFP as they can in Visual Basic or C++, but in a fraction of the time, and with much less coding.
- Eric Lendvai, President email@example.com
Art Bergquist, Vice President firstname.lastname@example.org
email@example.comWeb Site Graphics by Olga Workman firstname.lastname@example.orgMembership: Eric Lendvai email@example.comThis site is running on Windows 2008 Web Server, using EL SoftWare's Web Framework.
- Web Site Frame and Active Code by Eric Lendvai
FoxPro Developers Network San Diego Meeting Open to Southern California
The Southern California Visual FoxPro community is now invited to the FoxPro Developers Network San Diego meetings. Individuals that reside outside of San Diego County are welcome to participate in the San Diego meetings. The LAFOX board has accepted the extended invitation. The collaboration of the two groups will provide the VFP developer community in Southern California regular meetings and help preserve the two organizationsí membership. Further announcements about the two organizations will be posted on respective Websites.