FoxInCloud Stats

FoxInCloud sent this link a while back about their statistics regarding visits to their site:

http://foxincloud.com/blog/2017/12/27/VFP-community-lessons-from-foxincloud-site.html

What's interesting here is the breakdown of people. Yes, I think it's understandable that the Fox community is getting older.

Another factor is the growth of the mobile and web environments taking over development. These environments really do push people towards the newer non-SQL or free SQL/hosted environments but more towards hosted storage options like Amazon and Google. A tool like FoxInCloud that helps MOVE existing applications to the cloud inherently competes with those environments.

But FoxInCloud also allows developers to extend their application further by giving them a starting point using Javascript and the basic CSS (such as Bootstrap). If you're not rebuilding your application from scratch, it's certainly a great step forward.

Comments

MDK Japan said…
The bigger the car the better the safety. NOT NECESSARILY! SUVs are heavy machines which make them safer in theory but harder to control in real life due to its weights.
You will find maneuvering and braking and the high speeds much more difficult and high-speed crashes are usually the most dangerous ones. Also, their high center of gravity makes SUVs prone to rollovers cocooned in the feeling that they’re invincible.
SUV drivers have been known to drive carelessly endangering others on the road especially pedestrians who are more likely to get killed by an SUV than a regular car. SUVs tend to have great safety equipment but that doesn’t make them safe because they’re an SUV.
You could get the same equipment in a compact car or even a sports car.

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