[ic] Using IC for general content management?
Fri, 29 Dec 2000 18:57:39 -0700 (MST)
Actually we use Interchange as a SQL management tool, and search engine.
That list site I wrote is a directory service for churches. You can all find it
On January 19th 125,000 invitations go out to churches accross North America to
list with us for free...
When they buy purcahse a full site from us they get a 75+ page site that they
can totally edit every part of, including 12 different header images and
64 different control bar images from a highly specialized set of editor pages.
All of the 76 different images are also available in 4 color sets.
The next version will allow people to select background images for the main page
and header region combined, as well as the control bar area.
I have also just been approached to re-create a news/editorial service using
Interchange for an internation company.
Interchange makes managing/writing multi-destinational front ends for SQL
databases a snap. The power in increadable. I myself have even chose it over
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Quoting Deano <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> Has anyone set up non-store sites using Interchange, or maybe built a
> lot of
> content into a store? I know that developer.akopia.com is done in
> Interchange, but is it a realistic/nice system for general use on a
> reasonably-high-traffic site?
> We're definitely building a store with Interchange, and a lot of the
> ease of
> store-management features seem like they'd port over to our editorial
> as well. Anyone have experiences to share, or general advice of good
> management systems that 'play nice' with Interchange? If anyone has done
> looked into Zope + Interchange, I definitely* want to hear from you.
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