I need to connect a Visual Basic 6 application to a Web Socket ( [url removed, login to view] ). T...Socket ( [url removed, login to view] ). Therefore, i need a generic module, that allows me to connect to Web Sockets. I needs to be written in pure VB6, no dependencies, no third party DLLs, no .NET
Goals: 1) App must be functionally the same as original app with an updated UI/UX for maximum user-friendliness 2) Must convert app into a subscription based model 3) Include a WYSIWYG editor Detail specifications are attached.
We have a VB6 app which requires sound to be set and maintained while program execution continues until a new sound command is executed. This app works great on OS which have [url removed, login to view] We've had freelancer workers submit projects where they use [url removed, login to view] or newer, but they don't seem to work, or the [url removed, login to view] does not...
I want to send messages via a VB6 application in the exact same way as [url removed, login to view] would do. However calling [url removed, login to view] is NOT an option, it HAS to be done via the underlaying API calls (those that [url removed, login to view] calls internaly). So shelling to the OS to call [url removed, login to view] or calling the [url removed, login to view] process...
Hi srdas2012, I noticed your profile and would like to offer you my project. We can discuss any details over chat. I have an old VB6 application (with source code) and would like to have a more user friendly GUI and some new features on the application which runs on Win7/Win10 X64 plattform.
Scripting of translators from EDI ASC X12 data to MS SQL Server using Classic VB6. Reading data from SQL and generating EDI syntax will also be required. Some elements will require the updating of an internal intranet written in ASP with VBScript. Knowledge of JQuery UI is a plus, but not required. Source code of existing translators will be provided
I need simple windows midleweare app between my old invoice system and printer. It should act like virtual printer to receive data. Then add some calculation to the price and print the correct invoice. The reason for that is currently i have old VB6 system that i lost its code. If you can decompile it, it will be great, but i try it with no luck
I have a VB6 application that has existed for many years and now is the time to get it converted to C# because the VB6 app have not got so so extremely slow with larger database and queries takes too long to complete now. I want it converted to C# so clients can have better experience and app can be more effective.
I need a VB6 expert for my current projects. If you have knowledge please bid. Details will be shared in message with the freelancers.
I have an accounting software that is more than 10 years old now but i still have some clients who still uses them a lot till today. Some of these clients have grown so big to have more than 50,000 customers and most of my codes are still in the Do Until Statements, whereby to declare interests on savings account for example, i have to do a "DO UNTIL"
I'm scraping a site with lots of file names that use Cyrillic characters. I need a small VB6 project that will: Get the Cyrillic file name from a page (I'll send you an example page) Save (or rename) an MP3 from that page using the original Cyrillic characters. I can find the appropriate link & download the file - it's the file naming I'm stuck
...a program in VB6 database in SQL. I want to migrate the same program in to MVC. so that instead of installing the program in every machine users can use it from browser. This is a full fledged inventory and invoicing system. I am looking for some one who can work on my style. Like I will give you a small module from the existing system and you have
I read the default printer at program startup. Inside the app, the user may change the printer. On program shutdown, I want to restore the printer to the default. Here's my code: 'do this a program startup Set Printer = GetDefaultPrinter() DefaultPrinterAtProgramStartup$ = [url removed, login to view] 'do this a program shutdown. this does not seem to work ...
I have an accounting software developed in Visual Basic 6.0 (of about 40 forms and several reports) and i have a few clients who have been using the application now for more than 7 years and counting. These clients now have several branches and that has been the issue with the otherwise superb Vb6 app of mine. Currently, i still manage to run this