Last time that I blogged about Studio was when we had a limited private beta. The program went really well and we got a lot of great feedback. Now, I’m really happy to announce that we have released Mule Studio (beta) to the public. You can download it from here. Mule Studio is free and anyone can use it.
For those of you that have not seen Studio before, Mule Studio is an Eclipse-based developer tool, that allows to graphically create and test Mule ESB flows (drastically reducing the learning curve and increasing developers productivity).
Some of the new things that we added after the private beta includes:
- Import and Export capabilities
- VM Endpoints
- Logger support
- Generic Endpoints
In addition to this we added some features for new users to make it easier to get started. We’ve added a welcome Screen with use full links like the Getting Started Guide, Studio docs and the ability to create New Projects from here.
Create New Project based on Templates, this allows to quickly start with a running Mule application that can be easily adapted to your own needs. For now it comes with 3 pre-bundled examples, but we are planning to add many more.
Starting from now we are planning to keep polishing Studio and adding small features based on feedback.
I hope that you will be able to spend some time on this public beta release and give me plenty of feedback on the tool, as well as report any issues that you may find.
Here are some helpful links that you can use to get started:
- Get started by reading the Mule Studio documentation
- Report issues and feedback to the Mule Studio JIRA
If you would like to contact the team directly with questions feedback, please email us, or feel free to email me directly.
Mule Studio is free and anyone can use it. You can download it from here.