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Office 365: An IT Department for small businesses
Tuesday, March 4th, 2014 at 15h07
Small development shops (and other small businesses) generally don't have the skills in-house to operate a mail server or host their own website. Time spent on these and other IT tasks comes out of billable hours. Microsoft's Office 365 offers an inexpensive way of outsourcing these tasks. For a small monthly fee, a company gets an Exchange server, web hosting, cloud storage, and the latest version of Office. In this session, we'll look at what Office 365 has to offer, including a look at the...
Advanced XLS Converter 3.45 released
Tuesday, February 18th, 2014 at 07h51
From HiBase Group: "Advanced XLS Converter v3.45 allows convert Excel files to other common formats: DBF, XML, CSV, Fixed Text, HTML, SQL, MySQL scripts from GUI or command line. The new version improves filter option. Supports Windows XP, NT, Vista, Windows 7/8 (32/64), Windows 2012 Server."
Active Server Pages
Monday, February 17th, 2014 at 15h31
Our January 2014 meeting featured a discussion of ASP and various features thereof. Visual FoxPro 9 (and earlier versions) can interface with active server pages through various tools including West Wind and a few others. ActiveVFP (AVFP) is a completely free and open source project for creating web applications with Visual Foxpro; it can be found on CodePlex.
Data in the Cloud - "Cast Iron"
Friday, February 14th, 2014 at 17h05
Our February 2014 meeting is scheduled for 5:30pm (CST) on MONDAY the 17th at our NEW location: 1871 at the Merchandise Mart suite 1212. For the February meeting, Arturo Caines will be presenting a technology called "Cast Iron" which allows you to integrate cloud and web data sources with your in-house application data. Data sources include web services (including Amazon, UPS, and SaaS providers like Salesforce) and XML data. This should be another good one! Members attend free, non-members...
Business Intelligence tool built using VFP
Friday, February 7th, 2014 at 23h28
The Segment Analyzer is a business intelligence tool created for the Motorcycle Industry using data from the Motorcycle Industry council. The program generates sales and market share data aligned with the clients' sales geography. The presentation will provide a brief overview of the concept and a demo of the actual product. This presentation will show a sample of a Visual Foxpro based product that has been used by a corporate client. Speaker: Martin Acompora
Web Services in PHP -- How to share data between your web and VFP applications
Wednesday, February 5th, 2014 at 16h02
This session combines the work we have been doing on PHP with Visual FoxPro and shows you how you can easily create and use web services to easily push data down to you Visual FoxPro applications from your web applications. If time permits, Menachem will also discuss “MySQL Triggers -- The hidden gem...”
West Wind Web Connection 5.68 released
Wednesday, January 29th, 2014 at 23h19
From West Wind Technologies: "West Wind Technologies has released version 5.68 of its FoxPro Web Application framework today. Web Connection makes it easy to build Web applications using the familar Visual FoxPro environment for development, testing and debugging. Version 5.68 is primarily a maintenance release, but also adds a host of new security updates and features to minimize XSS attacks and SPAM posts on open form URLs. Additionally this version also adds better Windows version support for the client libraries to run w..."
Sunday Surprise - Introducing new Transact-SQL eBook!
Sunday, January 26th, 2014 at 10h23
As you may all remember, at the end of November Gokan Ozcifci published this blog post First TechNet Wiki Ninjas eBook: "The Wiki Ninjas Guide to SharePoint 2013". I really liked the idea of creating that book and immediately thought that we may want to follow this great initiative and create a Transact-SQL e-book. I added a comment to that blog post and was very pleasantly surprised a few days later by being contacted by Saeid Hasani who offered his help in book preparation.
Visual FoxPro Developer
Saturday, January 18th, 2014 at 14h30
Visual FoxPro Programmer Job Type: Full-time Department: Programming Reports to: Manager, Programming Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies is searching for talented software developers to join our growing company in the role of Visual FoxPro Programmer. Founded in 1989, we’ve become the largest real estate software company in North America. Currently, over 9,800 offices are utilizing our feature rich, fully integrated windows and web based software solutions. Our products includ...
Things I learned at CodeMash
Wednesday, January 15th, 2014 at 06h13
Thursday, January 16, 2014 Detroit Area Fox User Group (DAFUG) presents: 1) "Things I learned at CodeMash", by Frank Perez and Paul Mrozowski Frank & Paul will be doing a review of Codemash - which sessions they attended, what new things they learned, and overall thoughts about the conference. 2) We also will be discussing future meetings and talking about speakers we would like to bring to DAFUG in 2014. Along with anything else people want to talk about. Are you interested in p...
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