With my experiance I will say yes it can be done. Is it worth it, well that is up to you. The thread listed above is us growing in the winter with less sunlight to begin with. I am using no sunlight, am I getting a bumper crop, not even close. Apple is doing better with sunlight and not having a bad disease like I did. Still not what you would reap from a garden grown plant or plants.
That being said the key word in that was "winter". If you plan to do this in the spring/summer. I would see a bigger potential. Is your window a south facing window. If not the odds go down very fast. As I stated over in the other thread it is all about location. Given the proper requirements you could do well with indoor tomatoes. I'm still working all that out myself. But summer brings warmer temps and longer daylight, both a big plus.
My cold winter basement is not the best enviroment. But if I had a big south facing bay or even a sunroom. It could be used as an indoor greenhouse to an extent. So don't expect miracle but the further you go the more you can reap.
At least that is how I see it.