What you meant — your code-head-canon, if you will — doesn’t matter if you don’t implement it.

Yet another way to get at these important values in Velocity. It’s weird-looking, but makes total sense in retrospect.

A one-liner to mask parts of sensitive fields, like ABCD0123 to ****0123.

If you know what ##MKT_TOK## is good for, you may have checked for it in Velocity and been disappointed. But it’s there too, just with a different name.

A single interesting exception… that *does not change* the rule that you should use $math.sub and$math.add instead of - and +.

Somebody challenged me to implement the Base64 encoding algorithm in pure Velocity and Java. It can be done, but… yuck.

Velocity doesn’t HTML-encode values unless you tell it to, and that’s a good thing for user control/delegation.

Another thought-it-already-worked moment. But nope – to serve View as Web Page from a Domain Alias, you need help from JavaScript.