Happy new year - 2021-take 2!

We still use Kix32/KixForms extensively. KF is also used in several of our non-GUI applications that run as System Services to perform time-based and response-based actions. In fact, we have only two GUI-based KF apps - all the rest are apps that run with minimal resource use until an event triggers a response. Small app, tiny scripts, and "zero-footprint" install make it ideal when you're deploying automation services to over 100K computers around the world. Much faster than many other solutions as well. We have nearly 600 UDFs in our current library covering multiple product/platform APIs, data pack/transfer/unpack, and secure communications. There's probably another 200 "private" UDFs that support specific apps.

Actually I am a Rocket Scientist! \:D