I’m pleased to announce the availability of our Anypoint Studio 5.3 release with the brand new Mule 3.7.2 release. This release features a new validations module, which allows you to easily validate Mule messages using a variety of built in validators. It also features many improvements such as improved ability to attach sources to runtimes and improvements to the API gateway runtime experience in Anypoint Studio.
This release includes a new validations module,
Data transformation is an inevitable component of connectivity, as most systems don’t speak the same language. Even when the format is similar, as when two RESTful Web APIs exchange JSON payloads, their message structure typically differs, making translation a necessity.
In this the first of a four-part series:
on our new data transformation engine,
Financial services industry standards and file formats are unique and complex. There are different standards for low value payments, high value payments, international payments, bank statements, securities trades, derivatives, and stock custody transactions. In an effort to unify disparate formats based on geographic boundaries, industry utilities and market participants, the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) developed the ISO 20022 XML standard. The ISO 20022 standard was originally developed in 2004 and is an internationally agreed upon,
Anypoint Exchange is home to integration best practices, hosting the complete listing of MuleSoft’s connectors, templates and examples. With our latest release, we are thrilled to give customers the ability to curate their own exchange.
Preloaded with MuleSoft’s assets – connectors, templates and examples – to help you get started, customers can extend the exchange by adding customized information that will increase adoption of internal best practices and encourage collaboration across the organization.
As part of our API-led Anypoint Platform January 2015 launch, I’m pleased to announce the next version of our runtime and tooling, Mule ESB 3.6 and Anypoint Studio January 2015. This release helps users more quickly connect to and design APIs based on a new HTTP connector that adopts a design-first and resource-based approach, all with higher performance. The new release of Anypoint Studio also improves the design experience,
Today we’re releasing Anypoint Studio October 2014, Mule 3.6.0 – Milestone 2 (M2), and Mule 3.5.2. This release includes new HTTP capabilities which make it easy to connect to RESTful APIs with RAML, and productivity enhancements inside Anypoint Studio – such as DataSense for APIkit and a new Studio launcher.
This is the fourth post on the Gradle series. At this time, I’m pleased to introduce two improvements we’ve made towards enabling our users to build apps with Gradle: we’ve created a new plugin for Anypoint Studio, and added support for Gradle 2.0.
We recently created a visual plugin for Anypoint Studio, available as part of the Anypoint Add-ons (beta) project.
The benefits of applying the principles of SOA when catering to the IT needs of your organization are clear in a business-driven, vendor-neutral architecture. It considers all requirements from the perspective of the business process and delivers implementations in order to automate the same. The implementations themselves, driven by the same SOA principles and goals, are not bound to any one particular vendor because they are intrinsically interoperable, that is,