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Hello 2020! Let’s take a look back at the best posts from 2019. Here are the most read posts from last year:

1. How to become an Integration Trailblazer

MuleSoft is committed to skilling up 100,000 Integration Trailblazer by 2025 to democratize innovation across the enterprise. The trailmix is available now on Trailhead and includes content on API and integration basics, building APIs, and creating API ecosystems to help non-technical users become integrators in their enterprise.

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2. JSON logging in Mule 4: Getting the most out of your logs

In this sequel to a previous JSON logging for Mule 3 blog post, learn all about the re-architected version of the JSON logger for our awesome Mule 4 release while leveraging the (just as awesome) SDK!

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3. System APIs ownership and governance model

In this second post of our API ownership blog series, learn everything there is to know about System APIs. Get guidance on who should own them in your organization, as well as infrastructure best practices.

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4. Why is everyone so emotional about GraphQL?

After a decade of RESTful APIs dominating the landscape, a new crop of API protocols and design approaches have emerged: GraphQL. This is a topic the developer API community has an emotional response to. MuleSoft’s Global Leader of API Strategy attempts to answer the question about why everyone gets so emotional about GraphQL?

Hear what everyone’s talking about.

5. Process APIs ownership and governance model

Quickly following post two on API ownership, dive into part three — all about Process APIs. Read about what they are, how they build on System APIs, and how they can apply business logic to your integrations. 

Find out more. 

6. GraphQL and the API gateway

What is the relationship between GraphQL and API-led connectivity? GraphQL provides developers with a simple interface by removing the underlying data structure. API-led connectivity provides a similar experience. 

See how they compare.

7. Mule 4 error handling demystified

This MuleSoft Customer Success Engineer failed his MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 exam the first time and discovered the area he scored the lowest in was error handling. What did he do next? Re-read the course materials, had an “ah-ha moment,” conquered the exam, and wrote this blog to help you pass.

Double down on error handling.

8. Thread management and auto-tuning in Mule 4

The third post in a blog series about Mule 4 and scaling your APIs in the latest version of Mule runtime engine, this post dives into thread management and auto-tuning. See how Mule 4 eradicates the need for manual thread pool configuration as this is done automatically by the Mule runtime.

See how. 

9. Mule 4 error handling deep dive

In a blog series on the basics of error handling in Mule 4, we take the basic concepts of error-handling and discuss how to build them up so that you can implement error handling strategies in your application (and not be completely lost when doing so).

Learn how here. 

10. Experience APIs ownership and governance model

Following the posts on System API and Process API ownership, this last post in the API ownership series looks into ownership of Experience APIs Learn about what they are, how they build on System and Process APIs, and get guidance on who should own them in your organization.

Read all about it. 

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