The following examples demonstrate a few simple and concise task based features of Web Connection. To check out more complete sample applications, click the button below and pick from the sample apps on the slide out menu.
What would any kind of development be without the Hello World request? The following link shows a dynamic request that says hello and returns server and form information from the Web server.
The following example lets you list some data from a number of music albums and see that data displayed using a code based approach. The first button uses purely hand written HTML code, the second uses the HtmlDataGrid Helper.
This small applet shows a guest book using basic FoxPro table access to a single table. The sample uses Html Templates stored on disk with FoxPro expressions embedded into the page and the new HtmlHelpers for simplified Html control creation.Guest Book Browser
This small sample page demonstrates how you can use scripts that don't require any external FoxPro code but can embed all related logic into the script page.No Code Scripting
The following textbox lets you enter some Markdown text and echo it back
out to the display when you press the submit button. Note: Scripts also support inline markdown via
The following form demonstrates various ways to display and retrieve dates from input controls.Html Date Display
Uploading files and images, both on desktop and mobile applications is a frequent requirement. The following form demonstrates how to upload files using both traditional <input type="file" /> uploads as well as AJAX style uploading for single or multiple files.File Uploads
This sample prints a FoxPro report to a PDF document
Restricting access to pages is often important and it's fairly easy to secure either individual pages or entire applications behind username and password. Click the button below to access, secured content - if you're not logged in you will be prompted. Otherwise you are passed through and allowed to see the 'top secret' content. use email@example.com/test for email and passwordAccess secured Page
Client side Cookies and server side Sessions allow you to keep state between requests which makes it possible to track users through a site and store information about a user generically.Cookies and Sessions