I am excited to announce a new guide format for content that helps make understanding Anypoint Platform and implementing typical integrations patterns much easier. With Anypoint Platform, an organization can not only integrate any two systems together, but can also deploy, and manage those applications all from within a single platform.
The goal of these guides is to teach you — the developer — how to wield the platform and gain a meaningful understanding on how to achieve success with your own projects.
We are very excited to announce the GA release of Mule 4 and Studio 7, a major evolution of the core runtime behind Anypoint Platform. Mule 4 enhances application development velocity with up to 50% fewer steps and concepts to learn, including: a simplified language for connectivity, clear access to data, automatic tuning, and smoother upgrade processes.
Earlier this year, we started a new blog series, highlighting great contributions from MuleSoft Developers that are willing to share knowledge with the community. February was another busy month for Mule developers, and we want to share some of the amazing work they have been doing for the community.
Enterprises are adopting more agile, cost-effective, business technologies to keep pace with rapidly-changing expectations and requirements. According to Gartner more than 60% of midsize and large organizations will deploy Managed File Transfer (MFT) technologies to support a growing number of digital business.
MuleSoft Developer Meetups across the world had a very busy February! In fact, we had 2 Meetups per week, and four groups – Tampa, Cape Town, Charlotte, and the Online group – held their very first events. The Online group, which provides a virtual Meetup to anyone across the world, was particularly successful!
So what were Meetup leaders up to in the past few weeks? Read below to find out the top highlights from our 9 developer Meetups in February as well as insights into upcoming Meetups this month.
Last fall we wrote an article that examined which APIs draw the most interest from developers. In that article we relied upon the API tracking functionality that each profile has as the metric for determining which APIs are the most popular. As many users of ProgrammableWeb know, reader’s can track any asset on ProgrammableWeb.com (APIs, SDKs, even search results) in the same way they can track stocks on a financial site. If anything new happens to that asset (if it gets updated,
We are introducing new features and lots of improvements in Mule 4. In support of Mule 4, we are also focusing on improving user experience of the Salesforce Connector, one of the most popular SaaS applications. In this blog post, I will showcase a demo that provides insight into the new capabilities in the Salesforce Connector.
In the previous blog post of this series on C4E, I discussed using an API-led approach to build software applications. The C4E practice encourages reuse of resources, collaboration with third-party developers, and frequent direct interaction with business owners. During the initial discovery phase, the team recognizes the opportunity to develop a System API that provides an endpoint for retrieving data from a lookup list. The System API also allows for the list to be replaced and updated.
MuleSoft provides the most widely used integration platform for connecting any application, data source or API, whether in the cloud or on-premises. With Anypoint Platform®, MuleSoft delivers a complete integration experience built on proven open source technology, eliminating the pain and cost of point-to-point integration. Anypoint Platform includes CloudHub™ iPaaS, Mule ESB™, and a unified solution for API management™, design and publishing.