Since 2015, MuleSoft Champion’s program has grown to over 12,000 developers from around the world. Developers not only complete challenges to redeem prizes (from training and certification vouchers to items from the MuleSoft swag store), but they also share valuable best practices with others in the program.
To celebrate the great thought leadership that is brewing within the community, we invited 3 champions from the program to share, through a demo, their favorite Anypoint Studio feature. On Wednesday, you’ll see:
- Francesco Ganora, MuleSoft Champion, showing how to collaborate on API design within Studio and API designer
- Harish Kumar, Solution Architect, AXA Direct Insurance Japan, sharing how to use MUnit and Maven to run unit and functional tests
- Karthik Selvaraj, Senior Technical Consultant, Perficient India Pvt Ltd, going over how to do batch integration and basic data transformation using DataWeave.
What are these features?
API design collaboration using API designer and Anypoint Studio
The goal for Anypoint Platform is to make collaboration as easy as possible. As part of this effort, we brought API design to every developer by embedding API design capabilities in Studio. This allows each developer to collaborate on designing an API while staying within their own preferred tooling (API owners in API designer and integration specialists in Anypoint Studio). Within each tool, they have the ability to push/pull changes made by the other developer, which makes real-time collaboration simple.
Using MUnit & Maven to run MUnit tests
We’ve seen great uptake and feedback on MUnit, the testing framework for Mule, since its launch last year. With MUnit, it is simple to do unit and integrated testing for Mule applications and you can easily integrate it into your existing CI/CD process. This demo will show you how to do basic testing with MUnit, and also, how you can also use Maven to run MUnit tests.
Doing batch integration & basic DataWeave transformation
If you’re getting started with Anypoint Studio and want to learn how to do batch integration, don’t miss Karthic’s demo! His demo will show how to take data from a SQL database, transform that data into JSON using DataWeave, and trigger the batch load using a HTTP call. While this example will only cover how to bulk load using a manual trigger (an HTTP call), users can easily do polling at a fixed frequency (ex. every hour, day, etc.).
All of this in 1 webinar! Don’t miss it and register below!
Webinar Date: Wednesday, March 1, 2017
Time: 10:00 am – 11:00 am PST