Next Tuesday, September 14, Bo Durban visits to present "Extending VFP Using the Web Browser Control." If time permits, he'll also give us a peak at his second Southwest Fox Session "Using Direct2D with Visual FoxPro."
The meeting begins at 7 PM. As always, you're welcome to come starting at 6:30 PM for dinner. This month, the group will provide dinner. Please RSVP to email@example.com if you plan to eat the food provided, so we get enough.
Bo Durban is the founder and primary consultant of Moxie Data, Inc. He has been a software developer for over 20 years with an emphasis on reporting and Web development. He is the author of several reporting utilities including Moxie Report Objects for Visual FoxPro.
Bo is the project manager for the GDIPlusX project and the VFP9 Reporting APPs, located on VFPX, a community effort to create open source add-ons for Visual FoxPro 9.0. He has spoken at software developer conferences around the world as well as User Group meetings. Bo also has written technical articles for software development publications such as CoDe and FoxTalk.
Abstract: Enhancing the user experience has become a necessity for new development. Users are demanding easier ways to navigate and view their data. There is a figurative "world" of GUI elements and libraries out there for enhancing the user experience via the web browser. Why not incorporate some of these into your Windows form applications using the Web Browser control? This session will show you how you can significantly enhance the look and feel of your application by creating custom controls based on the Web Browser control. Learn how to seamlessly display data, accept user input, and respond to events and how to hook into a world of cool visual libraries and services using the Web Browser control. Practical examples will demonstrate the benefits the Web Browser control can offer.
Be sure to mark your calendars for MONDAY, October 11 for a special visit from Christof Wollenhaupt as he makes his way to Arizona for Southwest Fox. he'll present "How the Fox is Different."