Googlefy Your App
This whitepaper looks into how you can embed Google's offering into your own
application. We cover in depth how you register your application and handle
authentication and autorization. The accompanied samples show how to access
Google Drive, Google Calendar, Google Charts, Google Maps, and more...
No matter what kind of application you have, no matter what
options you include, one day every customer wants to play with data in
your application: Just give me an Excel file. If COPY TO doesn't suit
you needs and COM automation is something you rather don't want to spend
time with, this article will show you an alternative approach.
Introduction to COM
How does COM work under the hood? This article explains some of the
technical details of COM from a VFP point of view
Safe base classes
Dealing with object references can be very difficult in
Visual FoxPro. This article outlines a base class that provides
extensive support for avoiding dangling references and crashes.
Security in Visual FoxPro
Do you think your application and data are safe? After reading this article
you might not be that sure anymore...
How FoxPro works internally
An attempt to describe how FoxPro probably works internally and why some things
are as strange as they are.
CVS, SubVersion and Visual FoxPro
This article explains how you install, configure and use CVS and SubVersion along with Visual FoxPro. Both are open source replacements for version control systems like Visual SourceSafe.
The FXP format
A deep look at the structure of the FXP format and tokenized code in VFP.
With the information from this article, you are able to start writing your own
decompiler for unencrypted code.