RESTful API Modeling Language 101
In this blog, we will see how to design a REST API using the Restful API Modeling language. It’s important to design the APIs... read more.
How to design payment architectures with evented APIs
In the last decade, the nature of payments has changed irrevocably. The need for real-time payment models, digital-first customer experiences, and standard payment services... read more.
5 ways to publish and consume JMS messages using Mule 4
The communication between enterprise applications can be categorized as synchronous and asynchronous. Synchronous communication means that both client and server must be available at... read more.
How to keep a product mindset at every level of API design
One of my all-time favorite quotes comes from Albert Einstein: “If I had an hour to solve a problem, I’d spend 55 minutes thinking... read more.
How to maintain the quality and reliability of your APIs
Implementing measures to assure quality and reliability are crucial for any integration solutions. Faulty and unreliable applications can lead to costly maintenance and repairs,... read more.
Mule flows 101: Types, attributes, variables
Whether you are just starting out or you’re an experienced MuleSoft developer, getting the flows right in your Mule application can be complicated and... read more.
Useful integration tools to enhance developers’ Anypoint Studio experiences
Francis Edwards, Integration Analyst at Saint-Gobain and MuleSoft Ambassador, is an experienced MuleSoft developer. He spoke at MuleSoft CONNECT:Now EMEA sharing useful integration tools... read more.
Implementing event-driven capabilities through existing APIs
In current technology growth, APIs are the standard for building and connecting modern applications. They provide a standardized interface that masks backend complexity and... read more.
How to be an Anypoint Studio “ninja”
Felipe Ocadiz is a MuleSoft Ambassador and IT Integration Engineer at Twitter. He holds all MuleSoft Training Certifications and is a mentor to many... read more.
Event-driven design: The power of event notifications
This is the second part of a series on “Moving from RESTful to EVENTful.” As I see more and more companies working to add... read more.