Training Talks – “How do I import a Maven based Mule project into Studio?”

December 14 2016

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Interested in learning more about how to use Anypoint Platform? It’s time to get that dust off your running shoes because we’re going to get you in top MuleSoft shape. There’s nothing like having something extra to add to your learning routine, whether it’s helpful tips from our forum or challenges from the Champions Program, we’re growing the number of resources for you to become an Anypoint Platform expert.

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But now, we’re bringing Training closer to you! We are excited to announce our new blog series “Training Talks“. After spending some time (and answering many questions) with our Training & Certification team, I got to see for myself how awesome our instructors are and wanted to come up with a way of sharing their expertise with our developer community.

Several brainstorming sessions — and coffees— later, I gathered a list of FAQs from the forum and student classes and asked Poornima Sundararam and Ethan Port (AKA our awesome technical instructors) to address them directly through a short video or demo. This is how Training Talks was born. The idea is that these videos will be short, simple and helpful and will answer your quick and burning questions fast.

Today’s Talk – Episode 1

To start off the series Ethan answers the question How do I import a Maven based project into ?

In this video, you will learn:

  • What is Maven
  • How to import Maven into the latest version of Anypoint Studio using a POM file or a deployable archive
  • Debug the application 

Have questions for the Training team? Drop it in our forum or Training Twitter using the hashtag #TrainingTalks and stay tuned for next Wednesday. Don’t miss it, your question might be next!

Our training modules are designed to help you learn how to be an expert at using Anypoint Platform at any stage of development. To learn more about our role based recommended learning paths visit https://training.mulesoft.com/paths.


 


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