Macrosoft has the technical expertise and resources to successfully migrate your business’ critical applications from VFP to the .NET framework.
FoxPro Application End of Life
FoxPro and VFP were once the preferred development languages for critical business applications. In January 2015, Microsoft announced the end of life for FoxPro and Visual FoxPro. Microsoft recommended that users migrate their applications to .NET. Since Microsoft’s announcement, users have begun to make the transition from Visual FoxPro to .NET and are rapidly moving toward web and mobile based applications.
Current 32-bit VFP applications may not fit your evolving business and technology requirements. Without support and a dwindling pool of developers, VFP applications will negatively impact your business from a functional and technical perspective.
Replace VFP Applications: Migrate to .Net
Visual FoxPro to .NET supports multiple object-oriented and scripting programming languages, as well as their interoperability. The migrations work well with Microsoft Visual Studio’s integrated development environment and Microsoft SQL Server. Moreover, VFP’s own relational database ports extremely well with a SQL Server.
Converting VFP applications into a new language via the .NET framework requires considerable effort and expertise. At Macrosoft, we provide our clients an experienced migration team, with knowledge in both the environments, who can smoothly and successfully make the transition.
The Benefits of Macrosoft VFP Migration
Proven track record of successfully migrating Business-Critical Applications.
Excellent cadre of software engineers experienced in both FoxPro and the .NET environment.
Long list of successful clients migrating from FoxPro, Visual FoxPro, dBase, and Visual dBase to .NET Framework utilizing Visual Studio, SQL Server, Access etc.
Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with access to advanced resources and support.
Proven migration methodology, strong project management, and a dedicated team of developers.
4 Main Reason to Convert VFP applications
Discover the 4 main reasons why business owners convert their existing VFP applications to .NET and challenges while doing it in-house.
It is time to retire Visual FoxPro if you are a company:
- in a regulated industry in need to quickly move off of Visual FoxPro for security reasons and to be in a supported platform.
- planning to implement new enhancements such as a mobile user interface
- move from a desktop environment to a web-based application for ease use and support
- want to integrate your business application with other systems but finding Visual FoxPro 32-bit operating system incompatible