It's been a fun, but very busy week for me at Southwest Fox last week with 2 very long days of Web Connection training and then 3 more days of sessions at Southwest Fox.
Anyway, if you were attending the conference or not, here are the links the for the materials for the main Southwest Fox sessions which are hosted in BitBucket repositories.
Building Mobile Web Applications with AngularJs, Bootstrap and Web Connection
Creating and Consuming Web Services with Visual FoxPro and .NET
This session demonstrated how to build SOAP 1.x based Web Services, using .NET ASMX services as the intermediary to both create Web Services and also consume them using .NET. For the server side the samples demonstrate how to use OleDb for direct data access to FoxPro data, as well as using MTDLL COM objects for calling FoxPro business logic to return objects for consumption by .NET code. Both styles rely on some connecting .NET code to provide the service front end. For the client side the examples, demonstrate importing a Web Service from WSDL and generating a .NET class, then using wwDotnetBridge to call the generated .NET proxy.
Web Connection Training TimeTrakker Server Side MVC Sample
During the two day training we focused on server side application development during the first day of the training. The example is a small time tracking application that is mobile friendly using Responsive Design and takes advantage of some of the new features in Web Connection 6.0 including Layout Pages, partials and sections.
West Wind Web Store Discount for SW Fox Attendees
I also want to remind those of you that attended SW Fox that there's a 10% discount available on all West Wind products. You can use the discount code SWFOX_2015 on the shopping cart to apply the 10% discount. Please provide your SW Fox badge number with your purchase to qualify.
Next Year's Southwest Fox
Dates for next year's Southwest Fox conference were announced for late September next year. If you haven't come before it's a great place to see people catch up with new ideas on how you can extend the life of FoxPro just a little longer while at the same time gaining new skills. Mark your calendar.