Visual FoxPro 9
Ravi Kant Taxali
Publishing Date: January202
Dimension: 7.50 x 9.25 Inches
Client-Server Applications with Visual FoxPro
- Explain all features of Visual FoxPro in a step-by-step manner.
- Various commands, functions and features of Visual FoxPro are explained in detail and illustrated through practical examples.
- Provides several useful tips for an efficient use of Visual FoxPro.
- Explains Triggers, Referential Integrity, Data Buffering and Transactions in easy-to-understand language Object-Oriented Programming with Visual FoxPro explained in detail.
Book is based on Visual FoxPro 9 version 6, 7 or 8, as any important command, function or feature not supported in prior versions is clearly stated in the book. The book is organised into 23 chapters and each chapter covers a distinct set of topics. If you are familiar with Visual FoxPro, you may read the chapters in any sequence; however, beginners are advised to read the book from beginning to end.
The book covers almost all commands, functions and features of Visual FoxPro. shown with actual screen images of Visual FoxPro 9, running under Windows XP.
WHAT YOU WILL LEARN
The objective of this book is to help you to become proficient in Visual FoxPro. DBMS (Database Management System) software and its applications are explained in a simple and easy to understand manner. The style adopted in the book will help to learn Visual FoxPro in a step-by-step mode. You don’t need to have any prior knowledge about database management or Visual FoxPro. All you require, beside this book, is Visual FoxPro installed on a Windows PC.
WHO THIS BOOK IS FOR
Book is developed for people who want to learn Visual Foxpro in a relatively short time. It will prove an asset to both fresher as well as experienced computer users and will serve as a solid foundation in making them good and efficient programmers of tomorrow.
1. Introduction to Visual FoxPro
3. Locating and Editing Data
4. Modify Structure, Memo & General Fields and File Utilities
5. Memory Variables, Date, Time and Mathematical Functions
6. Sorting and Indexing Tables
7. Programming with Visual FoxPro
8. Useful Functions, Commands and Error Handling
9. Creating Forms
10. Using Form Controls and Creating Visual Classes
11. Creating Reports and Label
12. Creating Windows and Menus
13. Validation Rules, Triggers and Referential Integrity
14. Query Designer and SQL-SELECT
15. Using Views and Accessing Remote Data
16. Organising an Application through Project Manager
17. Data Buffering and Transactions
18. Using Object-Oriented Programming with Visual FoxPro
19. Advanced Object-Oriented Programming
20. Visual FoxPro Development Productivity Tools
21. Interfacing Visual FoxPro with Other Software Package
22. Miscellaneous Commands, Functions and Tips
23. Creating Help File
Ravi Kant Taxali, a prolific writer is the author of many bestsellers—dBASE III PLUS Made Simple, WordStar Professional 4.0 Made Simple, Lotus 1-2-3 Made Simple, PC Software Made Simple, PC Software for Windows 98 Made Simple, IT Tools and Applications and FoxPro 2.5 Made Simple for DOS and Windows. Currently, he is engaged in developing software and websites using Visual FoxPro, SQL Server, MySQL, PERL, PHP, Java and Microsoft Office. He has worked in the Department of Electronics (DOE) (now, Department of Information Technology) for over 15 years at various positions.
His job profile at DOE included conducting short-term courses on microprocessors, PC software,
database design and microprocessor based systems. An Electronics Engineer, he has worked in
the computer industry prior to joining DOE. He has been to the USA on a United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) fellowship and to Singapore under the Colombo Plan fellowship to study relational databases. He also contributes technical articles and cartoons to magazines.