iBeans from Devoxx

November 23 2009

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I went to Devoxx last week to present “iBeans – dead simple integration for the web”. Since the slides are pretty readable I figured I’d post them here for folks that missed it. I jotted down the questions and answers from the session below.

Mule IDE 2.0.1 released

November 19 2009

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We have just released version 2.0.1 of Mule IDE. This release provides an important bug fix (the new configuration wizard no longer overwrites existing files without prior notice). It also provides support for the new Mule Data Integrator, which is about to be released.

Getting Started with iBeans in Eclipse

November 11 2009

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This screen cast takes you through all the steps necessary to download and set up iBeans, Tomcat and Eclipse. Then there is a walk-through of how to create a simple echo example (using AJAX) and test/debug the application on Tomcat. Yes, this is 11 minutes but it does walk through all the steps and provides a lot of additional detail. Grab yourself a beverage and take the the tour!

iBeans introductory screencast

November 4 2009

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I just finished an iBeans screen cast that provides an overview of iBeans and provides a detailed tour of one of the examples that ships with the latest distribution. The example demonstrates how to schedule a task and perform bi-directional AJAX communication with the browser to plot geo-coordinates onto a map. This is the first in a series of screen casts for iBeans, the next one will demonstrate how to create an iBeans project in Eclipse.

iBeans 1.0-beta-8 Released

October 28 2009

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The Mulesoft team is pleased to announce the 1.0-beta-8 release of iBeans.

What is iBeans?

iBeans is a service that simplifies integration for web applications. iBeans exposes its API as a small collection of Annotations which can be used to easily integrate with existing or new applications. iBeans is installed in the Application Container and provides integration services to your applications, right now Tomcat is supported with others to follow.

Mule IDE 2.0 Released

October 27 2009

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MuleSoft is proud to announce that Mule IDE 2.0 has been released.

Mule IDE 2.0 is a development and testing environment based on Eclipse. It supports the following features:

Selecting Multiple Rows Using a JDBC Inbound Endpoint

October 26 2009

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The JDBC transport allows you to poll for messages in a table. However, by default the JDBC inbound endpoint splits the record set into individual MuleMessages, and the outbound endpoint only receives a single row at a time. If you want to select multiple rows at a time and process the rows in a single transaction, you can take the following steps.

What are we adding to Tcat Server?


Since the GA of the Tcat Server product, the development team has been working on the next version of the product. During this time, we also participated at Oracle OpenWorld, and got to meet over 2,000 people who previewed the Tcat Server – it was great hearing from them that the product is very easy to use and is highly useful for organizations using Tomcat.

Oracle OpenWorld Wrap-up

October 19 2009

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Last week was Oracle OpenWorld here in San Francisco, a gathering of over 40,000 IT executives, architects, developers, and system administrators. MuleSoft had a major presence on the exhibition floor — our first time at this event.

The timing of the event coincided with the GA launch of Tcat Server — enterprise Tomcat made simple. To celebrate the launch, we gave out very cool T-shirts to attendees (see below for how you can get one for free!) and held drawings for various prizes throughout the duration of the show.

Tcat Server 6 Public Beta Phase Concludes

October 10 2009

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The public beta phase is now complete — Tcat Server 6 R1 is now released!

Thanks for all of the help and feedback you gave us during the public beta. We learned quite a bit about what you, the Apache Tomcat community, want in the form of an Enterprise Tomcat server. We made many important changes, added some features, and did a lot of testing.

During the public beta,