You’ve heard it all year and I’m sure you’ve felt it too — there’s been an immense amount of change in 2020. At MuleSoft, we’ve switched to completely working from home, learning to manage our personal and work lives under one roof, navigating the intense health landscape with COVID-19, all while helping our customers adapt to the new, all-digital world. I speak on behalf of all of MuleSoft in saying, I hope you are staying healthy and safe wherever you are in the world.
Our blog content reflected these changes. In this post, I’ll be sharing the top 10 blogs from 2020.
APIs can’t help cure COVID-19, but they can be used by developers to collect data about the outbreak, track its spread, and even produce data visualizations. ProgrammableWeb has been tracking APIs that provide access to data related to the pandemic.
Four-year-old Anshi built an API with MuleSoft, putting her in contention to become the world’s youngest developer! Watch her inspiring story!
There’s never been a better time to sharpen your skills, learn something new, and build a career with MuleSoft. Whatever your role in a MuleSoft project — whether you’re a developer, architect, administrator, or IT professional — we have a learning path to help you be successful.
MuleSoft is excited to unveil MuleSoft Composer for Salesforce — a quick and easy solution to connect apps and data to Salesforce and automate integrations with clicks, not code — all inside of the Salesforce UI.
A service mesh is an architectural pattern for microservices deployments. It’s primary goal is to make service-to-service communications secure, fast, and reliable.
Error handling is a critical element of any data integration strategy. Learn which reference architectures are best to handle different types of errors.
Our Global Leader of API Strategy, Matt McLarty, discusses the hype around microservices, if they’ve lived up to expectations, and what’s on the horizon.
Learn how to read XML using DataWeave scripts and how to modify its encoding, namespaces, fields, and attributes with the goal to generate a JSON document output.
This is the second in a series about JSON logging — with a new update! In this post, we are going to explore the new capabilities added in version 2 that were implemented based mostly on user feedback.
Migrating from Mule 3 to Mule 4 has never been easier with the Mule Migration Assistant — see how this command-line assistant does the heavy lifting by crawling your Mule 3 applications for you.
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