[ic] ITL functions

jeff at hisgirlfridays.com jeff at hisgirlfridays.com
Thu Sep 15 21:32:18 EDT 2005

On Thu, Sep 15, 2005 at 08:20:33PM -0500, Mike Heins wrote:

> Exactly so. There are no ITL functions written in ITL -- they must
> be written in Perl.

Nawwwww... we need ITL functions!  (Haha, I am sure I am in not just the minority here, 
but the singularity!)

As an experiment, I just did my most recent clients' project (www.xtremetripshs.com) using
pure ITL on the entire frontend and backend.  The whole thing is custom, it doesn't use
foundation nor does it use the admin UI or any derivative.  It was a fascinating project,
we built a mini Orbitz or something.  Between their office staff entering mail-in
reservations on the backend and their internet users booking trips on the frontend, the
system was processing one credit card transaction every 15 seconds during one 4 hour
period a couple of weeks ago.  And no perl (well, other than to clear the Values space),
just ITL.  It's crazy...


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