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Subject: RE: Web Development Folks
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Date: Wednesday, December 30, 2009 7:13:17 AM         
   


> > Afternoon Folks,
> >
> > Been a while since I logged into foxite, been very busy with my computer business and on the road for most of the past 3-months doing contract work all over Canada.
> >
> > More and more I am running into customers that want a total web based solution. So I am sorry to say that FoxPro has not been my language of choice recently. FoxPro is still what I am using for traditional Windows applications, but generally my market has moved more to the Internet side of things.
> > This thread is more to advised you of what I am doing and what I am using.
> > I purchased "NetObject Fusion Vesion 11", for $89.99 US and was very impressed with the web components provided. Very good IDE and WYSIWYG form development. The tech support is not the best and you may wait over a week or two to get any reply. However, the application seems bullet proof and with some time and a learning curve you can master this web development software. This software gives you excellent basic web site development starting point, but falls short on database backend work, but it does support ASP and does support databases.
> > To fill this gap I purchased dbQwik Professional for a US price of $299.99 dollars US. This product is an absolute dream come true. Good project management, low-end learn curve and a interface that will blow you away. If you have any web based development experience this program will work for you. Security is build in and works as expected.
> > I just publised a web site using both of these products and you can check this out via typing www.marathonclassiccoffee.com into you browser. The main thing with dbQwik Professional, it saves custom coded when you publish and does not over-write custom add-in code, but you need the Pro version to maintain the custom code.
> > On a web site published by dbQwik it publishes under an ASP folder to your ISP. This I found very important as I wanted to encapsolate my general http docs from my asp docs in seperate folders.
> >
> > Check out www.marathonclassiccoffee.com and see what these two applications can provide!
> > Granted at a price, but the ease of development and publishing is well worth it!
> >
> > Pete "the IceMan", from the Great White North of Canada.
>
> Sir,
>
> I agree with Mr. Calude. A similar site could be set up easily with ActiveVFP
> and
> 1. you save the time spent on learning Fusion & dbQuick and
> 2. you also save US $89.99 + US $299.99
>
> Or is there something special behind the scenes in that technology that I cannot see or seem to understand?
> Could you please share some knowledge on those features?
>
> Thanks!
> kulwant
>
>
>
> (Help Save the TIGER. Save Wildlife. Live & let Live)


Sir,

Well come back. Nice to c u after a long time.
Thanx for sharing such things.

I agreed with Mr kulwant and Mr Claude Fox. As stated "The tech support is not the best and you may wait over a week or two to get any reply."

Is it really worth to expend handsome money for such thing whose after sale support
is doubt-full while certain other tools are there for free or for reasonable values.

Any comments, Plz.




*Exchange of $1 Create only $1, But Exchage of one Ideas Makes different two Ideas*

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Web Development Folks Posted by Pete Sass @ 12/27/2009 10:34:39 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Erik Gomez @ 12/28/2009 4:45:06 AM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Benny Thomas @ 12/28/2009 8:09:51 AM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by claude fox @ 12/29/2009 7:29:39 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by kulwant singh @ 1/1/2010 5:34:50 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/6/2010 8:17:03 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by claude fox @ 1/6/2010 11:31:12 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Mike Gagnon @ 1/8/2010 7:38:59 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by claude fox @ 1/8/2010 9:16:36 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Pete Sass @ 1/14/2010 3:25:13 PM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by kulwant singh @ 12/30/2009 6:06:19 AM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Binod Binani @ 12/30/2009 7:13:17 AM
RE: Web Development Folks Posted by Joseph Agarpao @ 1/5/2010 4:50:20 AM