Build and play our Mule Invaders game!

Welcome to Mule Invaders, the video game inspired by the classic retro shooters Galaga and Space Invaders. In Mule Invaders, help Max the Mule destroy waves of enemies by spawning powerups using APIs. To protect Max on his journey to integrate the universe, create APIs in Anypoint Platform, deploy your application on CloudHub, then make HTTP requests to your APIs to spawn powerups while playing the game in realtime. When you use a REST client to send a POST request to your API,

Installing Runtime Fabric on a local PC

Anypoint Runtime Fabric is a container service that automates the deployment and orchestration of Mule applications and API gateways. Runtime Fabric runs within a customer-managed infrastructure on Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure, virtual machines (VMs), and bare-metal servers.

Announcing a new DataWeave tutorial series

Have you ever used DataWeave? In this three-part tutorial series, you will be guided through different DataWeave operators that you can use directly in your Anypoint Studio projects.

10 docs to sharpen your developer skills in Anypoint Platform

There’s never been a better time to sharpen your skills, learn something new, and build a career with MuleSoft. Whether you’re looking for help, trying to integrate something new, or just looking to learn — MuleSoft offers tons of resources, tutorials, and docs to help you.

We have hundreds of docs pages and more than a dozen tutorials to help developers of all skill sets from the comfort of home. In this blog post,

Getting started with MuleSoft Platform APIs and Postman automation in 15 minutes

They are known by many names: Anypoint Platform APIs, public APIs, MuleSoft’s Platform APIs, but what exactly are PlatformAPIs? Every time you login into Anypoint Platform, you are implicitly calling a set of APIs that are invoked by the UI, which are the PlatformAPIs! And here is the golden lingot: you can make these HTTP requests directly as well.

How to create Slack integrations with Mule 4

Alexandra Martinez is a member of our Developer Community and has been leading our Meetup Group in Toronto for a few years now. She brings her local community together on a regular cadence, each time with more and more attendees. For more information on how to join the MuleSoft Community, visit our Community page.

Before this app, our HR department at Bits In Glass (BIG) was manually posting messages to different Slack channels in our workspace.

MuleSoft’s Documentation team is listening to your feedback

December 2 2019

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We’ve all been there. You’re using some documentation and want to tell a company something it — be it praise, a complaint, or request. You pause, hovering over the comments widget and wonder: “Should I bother? Will anyone listen?” 

Announcing the MuleSoft Developer Tutorials catalog

The Developer Relations team has been listening to your feedback which was many requests for more introductory educational content. As a result of your comments, we launched a single catalog featuring self-paced, step-by-step developer educational tutorials to learn how to build your first API or integration with MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.

DataWeave 2.2 – additions to the Arrays module, part 2

big data concept

This post will examine the remaining additions to the DataWeave Arrays module that weren’t covered in part 1: the join functions.

DataWeave 2.2 – additions to the Arrays module, part 1

data concept

MuleSoft recently released runtime version 4.2.0, and along with it, DataWeave 2.2! DataWeave 2.2 has a ton of new features that I won’t be able to cover in a single blog post, so I’ll be covering them over the course of a few blog posts.