A new product based on Lucee

Hi Everyone,

We’re in the process of building a new product with most of it based on
Lucee, and we’re going to blog the entire development
process: http://itr8group.com/the-road-to-syncql

I’ll be promoting the use of Lucee in my Tech Update videos as a part of
the series too.

The product is called SyncQL, and it bi-directionally synchronizes a local
database with third party APIs, with real-time performance and cross-API
transactions, and maintains entity relationships to persist an object graph
(relating third party and local entities too) correctly across services.

Anyhow we’re just getting started but I’d love anyone to check it out,
follow along and give your feedback as it progresses!

This sounds like a pretty cool process. I can’t find any mention of Lucee
on your site. have you not started talking about it yet?

Well, actually this page mentions Lucee, but it’s an unhandled error dump.
Oops! http://www.itr8group.com/cultivating/hiring

Thanks!

~BradOn Monday, October 12, 2015 at 4:50:31 PM UTC-5, Rory Laitila wrote:

Hi Everyone,

We’re in the process of building a new product with most of it based on
Lucee, and we’re going to blog the entire development process:
http://itr8group.com/the-road-to-syncql

I’ll be promoting the use of Lucee in my Tech Update videos as a part of
the series too.

The product is called SyncQL, and it bi-directionally synchronizes a
local database with third party APIs, with real-time performance and
cross-API transactions, and maintains entity relationships to persist an
object graph (relating third party and local entities too) correctly across
services.

Anyhow we’re just getting started but I’d love anyone to check it out,
follow along and give your feedback as it progresses!

Hello! Its been a few weeks of late nights and grinding it out, but I’m
happy to report the first ever functioning demo of SyncQL:
http://itr8group.com/the-road-to-syncql/day-6-demo. This demo was a major
milestone because it represents the core system working as envisioned.

Its operating on 4.5.1.023 and so far really stable, I haven’t run into any
showstoppers yet. In one of the addendum videos going into the tech side of
the demo I also give lucee some
love: http://itr8group.com/the-road-to-syncql/day-6-demo/videos/tech-updateOn Monday, October 12, 2015 at 5:50:31 PM UTC-4, Rory Laitila wrote:

Hi Everyone,

We’re in the process of building a new product with most of it based on
Lucee, and we’re going to blog the entire development process:
http://itr8group.com/the-road-to-syncql

I’ll be promoting the use of Lucee in my Tech Update videos as a part of
the series too.

The product is called SyncQL, and it bi-directionally synchronizes a
local database with third party APIs, with real-time performance and
cross-API transactions, and maintains entity relationships to persist an
object graph (relating third party and local entities too) correctly across
services.

Anyhow we’re just getting started but I’d love anyone to check it out,
follow along and give your feedback as it progresses!