Yes, Microsoft still is producing and improving on one of our most historically popular developer platforms: Visual FoxPro. Many of you, like me, started out as xBase programmers (dBase, FoxBase, Clipper...gosh I can't remember them all.) Anyway, for those of you who are either maintaining or building Apps in Visual FoxPro, we are still working for ya.
Here's the Overview of what's in this CTP.
Here's the link to the CTP: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=cc84f749-a153-4929-8277-deb9a2f8b0a5&DisplayLang=en
Here's the link to the MSDN Product Page: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/vfoxpro/default.aspx
Ok, so let me answer the question that everyone is thinking? Is Visual FoxPro a .NET language yet? No. Here's the official statement from the product site:
So, I listed the easy ones:
What are the other xBase tools/language that I am missing?
~ Robert Shelton