Visual FoxPro (Discontinued)

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We are using FoxPro for few customers. There are still many businesses that are using VFP although Microsoft stopped supporting it years …

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What is Visual FoxPro (Discontinued)?

FoxPro is a programming language and DBMS formerly supported by Microsoft, now at its End of Life.

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What is Visual FoxPro (Discontinued)?

FoxPro is a programming language and DBMS formerly supported by Microsoft, now at its End of Life.

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What is Visual FoxPro (Discontinued)?

FoxPro is a programming language and DBMS formerly supported by Microsoft, now at its End of Life.

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The most common users of Visual FoxPro (Discontinued) are from Small Businesses and the Computer Software industry.

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November 18, 2020

Visual FoxPro Programmers

JP Bhatt | TrustRadius Reviewer
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Although MS has discontinued support of VFP there is a good community of programmers that are available for help. In fact we have several programmers at Apptread that are skilled not only in VFP but also .NET so that if there is a need to migrate some parts of applications to .NET , it is easy for us to do that.