Sounds kinda defensive, like "how you can survive with VFP while outdated and clumsy"

I'd prefer a book mostly showing the exciting things one can do with VFP, and expanding 'legacy' VFP applications.


Third party software take a large part of these exciting opportunities.

Thierry Nivelet
FoxInCloud
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http://foxincloud.com/

Le 08/08/2017 à 19:09, Ted Roche a écrit :
expanded version of his whitepapers on the business case for
FoxPro, on inheriting an application, and on business continuity and
disaster recovery.


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