Visual Studio .NET 2003
A Microsoft® Visual FoxPro® application typically includes one or more databases, a main program that sets up the application's system environment, and a user interface comprised of forms, toolbars, and menus.
In This Section
- Application Planning
- Involves considerations of common user activities, database scale, shared access, international users, and native and remote data.
- Developing Applications with the Project Manager
- Gives an overview of how to get started and set up your application project using the capabilities of the Project Manager organizational tool.
- Developing Applications with the Application Framework
- Use the Application Framework to quickly create applications that include elements that make an application easier to use.
- Starting with the Component Gallery
- Use the Component Gallery to locate catalogs of software objects such as class libraries, forms, buttons, and so on.
- Developing Visual FoxPro Applications
- This section includes conceptual information about how to develop Visual FoxPro applications, instructions for creating databases and the user interface, and other tasks needed to create Visual FoxPro applications.
- Programming in Visual FoxPro
- Visual FoxPro is a powerful interactive data management tool, but you also can access the full power of Visual FoxPro by creating applications. Understanding object-oriented programming techniques and the event-driven model can maximize your programming productivity.
- Working with Data
- Find out how to create effective applications with indexes, tables, and databases based on your data requirements.
- Creating the Interface
- Using Visual FoxPro forms, classes, controls, menus, and toolbars, you can build interfaces that help users gain access to the full potential of your programs.