Migration from FoxPro to C# with pre-conversion
Is his (Kevin's) book geared toward using .NET with VFP or learning .NET from a VFP-developer's perspective but 100% independent of VFP. i.e., when it comes to web services, he does not go the VFP-COM route, but rather, the ASP .NET route?
My understanding is it's about C# and .Net from a VFP developer's perspective. This is based on what I recall from his talk in Chicago - see McNeish On DotNet. I didn't take notes on what he said about the book, sorry. Don't see anything about it on Whil's site. Joe Kuhn
It is the 2nd; learning .Net from a VFP developer's perspective. And he covers both VB and C#, and both Windows forms and Web forms (I think he also has a small section on InterOp). It is very clearly written. I give it 4 stars. Mike Collins Category DotNet