Hello world!

 * Hello people! Welcome to our engineering blog.
 * We, at WebEngage, are die-hard believers and evangelists of open-source software.
 * Some amazing open-source frameworks we actively build or contribute to, include
 * UrlRewriteFilter - A JAVA port of Apache's famous URL rewriting module
 *                    mod_rewrite. URF Works as a JAVA web filter
 *                    Project URL - http://code.google.com/p/urlrewritefilter/
 * ResponseHeaderFilter - A cool JAVA filter which makes it super easy and abstract
 *                    to set response headers. No more writing, for example,
 *                    response.setContentType("application/json") in all your
 *                    controllers that serve responses to URLs starting with /json/
 *                    Project URL - http://code.google.com/p/responseheaderfilter/
 * AntWebTasks - Apache Ant is a popular build tool. AntWebTasks is an extentions
 *                    of Ant which contains some targets specific to web
 *                    application build and deployment. Cache-busting of URLs for
 *                    static resources like JS, CSS, images etc can elegantly be
 *                    handled outside code using this framework
 *                    Project URL - http://code.google.com/p/ant-web-tasks/
 * On this blog, we'll talk about some of the cool things we have done at
 * WebEngage. We'll also talk about some difficult to make engineering
 * decisions and our beautiful solutions to some of the complex problems
 * we faced. We'll also discuss our upcoming API with you here.
 * If you have any interest in Java, Javascript, NoSQL and
 * Attribute oriented programming, stay hooked - we have some kickass
 * stuff coming your way in days to come. Happy subscribing :)
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   public static void main(String[] args){
     System.out.println("Hello World! We are programmers with emotions :)");

3 responses to “Hello world!

  1. Looking forward to some informative posts!

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